Introduction: The Minnesota Department of Health’s (MDH) mission is to protect, maintain, and improve the health of all Minnesotans. For communities living near state or federal Superfund sites, MDH’s goal is to protect people’s health by providing health information the community needs to take actions to protect their health. MDH also evaluates environmental data, and advises state and federal regulatory agencies and local governments on actions that can be taken to protect public health. The Western Mineral Products site in Northeast Minneapolis contains a former insulation products manufacturing plant that processed asbestos‐contaminated vermiculite ore shipped from Libby, Montana. Libby asbestos was found and cleaned up on 268 residential properties from 2000‐2003. A remediation of Libby asbestos contamination at nearby Gluek Park was completed in 2006. This document summarizes follow‐up sampling that EPA completed in 2008 and 2010 to determine if further evaluation and cleanup of site‐related asbestos contamination is needed.