Eagan Art House 3981 Lexington Ave S, Eagan, MN55123 Situated right by Patrick Eagan Park, Eagan Art House is a center for creative learning in art operated by the city of…More Eagan. The center offers classes in painting, pottery making and jewelry making. There are workshops for all ages, from preschoolers to adults. After-school and home-school programs are also available. Eagan Art House is available for birthday parties.
Eagan Convention and Visitors Bureau 1501 Central Parkway, Suite E, Eagan, MN55121 The ECVB is located inside the Eagan Community Center and is a vendor for the city. It is funded by 3 percent of lodging…More taxes. There are 15 hotels in Eagan. Of the income generated by the lodging taxes, 5 percent goes to the city for administrative fees and Eagan Convention and Visitors Bureau obtains the rest. ECVB is not membership-based.
Design n Bloom 4157 Cashell Glen, Eagan, MN55122 A florist in the heart of Eagan offering a complete array of floral services, including wedding flowers and bouquets,…More fresh arrangements, sympathy and funeral flowers, as well as boutonnieres and corsages for prom, homecoming and special occasions.
Every arrangement is made to order - just for you and hand-delivered. Delivery available in Eagan, Apple Valley, Burnsville and the entire Twin Cities Metro.
The Eagan Civic Arena is a ice skating venue located near city hall. It offers hockey events, ice skating events,…More lessons and public skating. The on-premise pro shop offers skating accessories, blade sharpening and equipment repair and cleaning.
Eagan Civic Arena hosts special functions such as birthday parties. Turf activities, including softball, are also offered during certain times of year. Free Wi-Fi is available at the arena.
Eagan Police Department 3830 Pilot Knob Rd, Eagan, MN55122 Eagan Police Department has 69 sworn officers and 25 non-sworn officers. It is the 22nd largest policing offices in…More Minnesota, including the state patrol. Eagan is the safest city in Minnesota against other cities with a population of 50,000 and more. According to Police Chief James McDonald, the crime rate in Eagan is very low. The department has an annual budget of $11 million and is a full service organization. There are crime, traffic and school resource officers. Last year, the department received 51,000 calls for service and had 275 DWI's. In addition, the department receives grant money from the state for special enforcement, such as "Safe and Sober". It is currently looking for aggressive driving throughout the city.