Monthly Archives: June 2019

Calendar of Events for our July 4th Celebration

Thanks to the hard work of MANY people around the lake, our July 4th plans are COMPLETE! Please join us for any or all of the fun events we have planned on Lake Minnewashta. The best viewing area for the Water Ski show … Continue reading

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July 4th Celebration – Raffle Prizes to Win!

Check out the AWESOME collection of raffle prizes that are available at the July 4th Celebration around Lake Minnewashta. Proceeds will benefit the LMPA Garden Package w/$50 gift card from Twin Orchards Honey basket Old Log Theatre gift card  BBQ/ … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Council Environmental Services is Responding to a Wastewater Spill in the City of Chanhassen

Metropolitan Council Environmental Services is Responding to a Wastewater Spill in the City of Chanhassen Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES), operator of the metro-area wastewater collection and treatment system, is responding to a wastewater spill from an apparent break in … Continue reading

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Damage to the Water Ski Course – Please Use Caution

Did you know that Lake Minnewashta is home to a number of enthusiastic water skiers? We are lucky to have our very own ski course set up in the north bay of the lake, permitted by the Sheriff and maintained … Continue reading

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SLOW NO WAKE RESTRICTION IS LIFTED!

Our lake elevation readings on Lake Minnewashta have been below 945.0′ Mean Sea Level for 3 days in a row. Based on this, Renae Clark, city of Chanhassen Water Resources Coordinator, after discussion with city manager Todd Gerhardt, has confirmed … Continue reading

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Minnesota legislators doubled what boat owners must pay to help protect state waters against invasive species

Looks like the State will be getting more money to spend on AIS efforts. They’re raising the boat registration fee by $5.60! Hopefully the LMPA or Carver County get grant money in 2020. Unfortunately the move to centralize AIS inspections … Continue reading

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