Dear Members, Volunteers, and Supporters,
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing MN State of Emergency Executive Order, the NDC4 Commission and Town Square Television building at 5845 Blaine Avenue will remain closed to the public, until further notice. Our staff continues to work remotely and in the office to bring you local community and government programming.
If you would like to support our ability to keep on providing LOCAL community video programming and communications support to our cities, schools, families, non-profits, businesses, and faith groups, you may donate online at here or send a check to Town Square Television at 5845 Blaine Avenue, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076.
On behalf of all 13 of our employees, I want to express our deep gratitude that we are able to keep working during this time, doing our small part to assist the real heroes, the medical teams, first responders, food/retail/sanitation/custodial workers, and all on the front lines.
Jodie Miller, Executive Director
COVID-19 Testing Information
COVID-19 Community Testing Sites
All COVID-19 testing is no cost at a Minnesota Department of Health community testing site. We are always planning more testing sites across the state, working together with communities to make sure everyone can get tested. Find testing sites here.
- You do not need to show identification.
- Tests are at no cost to you, and insurance is not required.
- While appointments are recommended, walk-ins are always welcome.
At-home COVID-19 saliva testing
Minnesota offers no-cost, at-home COVID-19 saliva testing for people who believe they need to be tested, with or without symptoms. Click here for home testing info.
Clinic or hospital
Nasal swab testing is available in many clinics and hospitals across Minnesota. You will likely need to schedule an appointment ahead of time, though walk-ins are accepted at some sites. You’ll need to show your identification and insurance information when you arrive.
- Some locations can perform a rapid COVID-19 test for an additional fee. They aren't as accurate as a nasal or saliva test, especially if you don’t have symptoms.
- Not all clinics or hospitals will test people without symptoms, and each has its own way of deciding if a test is necessary. Call ahead to find out more.