The Economic Development Authority (EDA) is a city board committed to helping new and existing businesses thrive in St. Louis Park. It uses flexible business assistance and development programs within a strategic framework to encourage economic expansion that is complementary to the community.
The EDA and city staff handle a variety of activities that promote economic development and redevelopment in the city, including:
- Business assistance.
- Tax increment financing.
- Redevelopment project assistance.
- Public/private financial packages.
- Real estate transactions.
- Brownfield assistance.
- Commercial rehabilitation/small business loans.
- Other related activities.
Membership of the EDA is the same as the City Council, although officers are different (i.e. the president of the EDA is not the mayor). EDA meetings are held Monday evenings as needed when agenda items require consideration. They are typically held at 7 p.m. at City Hall, prior to regularly scheduled City Council meetings.
|EDA Officers and Commissioners
||Vice President||Jan. 2020
|Margaret Rog||Treasurer||Jan. 2022|
|Thom Miller||Commissioner||Jan. 2020|
|Rachel Harris||Commissioner||Jan. 2022|
|Jake Spano||Commissioner||Jan. 2020|
|Anne Mavity||Commissioner||Jan. 2022|