In this uncertain time, we have gathered a lot of resource information and consolidated them into categories (below). Please check back as we will update these listings as new information becomes available.

linksPublic Health

  • Health Questions Hotline: 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903
    This hotline is staffed by the MN Department of Health and will be operating from 7AM-7PM.
  • Centers for Disease Control
  • Minnesota Department of Health
  • COVID-19 Testing Website from the MN Department of Health provides easy access to Minnesotans’ closest testing site, offers general information related to the COVID-19 outbreak, and provides an interactive screening tool to help Minnesotans determine if they need a test.
  • Coping With COVID-19 from the MN Department of Human Services: webpage with a number of mental health resources regarding COVID-19. The resources include: coping help, peer support, crisis support, rural and farm support and suggestions for reducing stress and anxiety.


Government Response, Support and Emergency Plans

Financial Information and Support

If You Need Immediate Help

Resources for Housing and Renters

 Resources for Employers and Small Businesses


Community Partners

  • Metro Transit COVID-19
  • Hennepin County Services (libraries, service center, tax information, etc.)
  • Minneapolis Parks and Rec
    • All recreation centers and program buildings are closed to the public, and all classes, programs, pools, beaches and events are canceled through August 31.
    • Lake Harriet Parkway is now closed to vehicular traffic and open to pedestrian-only traffic to allow social distancing while recreating and exercising.
      • Parkway roads will be dedicated to two-way pedestrian traffic.
      • Walking paths will be dedicated to two-way pedestrian traffic.
      • Bike paths will remain bike paths in their current direction, if applicable.

Community Support

  • Community Mitigation Questions Hotline: 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
    This hotline can address any school, child care, and business questions. It is staffed by the MN Departments of Education and Human Services, and will be operating from 7AM-7PM.

 How YOU Can Help

  • Support your local small businesses
  • Collect Needed Medical Supplies
  • Protective face wear – N95 or N100 respirators, PAPRs and surgical masks
  • Nitrile gloves
  • Tyvek covera
  • Tyvek foot covers
  • Eye protection (wrap arounds or chemical splash)

Items may be dropped off at Southdale Library (7001 York Ave S, Edina)