The purpose of the Association is to create awareness, knowledge and appropriate actions with property owners,
local government and community agencies to enhance the water quality and thereby the boating, fishing and
aesthetic values of Mitchell Lake, as a recreational facility for today and for future generations.
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Watershed District. We'll meet at the site of a shoreline restoration project, and learn about taking care of
these types of plantings. From plant identification to weeding schedules, we'll touch on all the basics and
have time to try out your new skills.
Open to all
Sandwiches will be provided
DATE AND TIME: Thu, June 29, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
LOCATION: Timber Lakes Homeowners Commons beach area
Register at: https://shorelinesjune29.eventbrite.com
clearing a 13.6-acre path from the public dock. If you are interested in having an area in front of your
property harvested as well, please contact Drew Holman at the email below for details.
Lakes Aquatic Weed Removal
need to submit a receipt after the harvesting is complete. For reimbursement, send a copy of your paid
invoice directly to Treasurer Frank Spahn, 17083 Terrey Pine Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55347.
lakeshore residents and was an idea out of the citizens advisory committee. It is still being tweaked a bit,
but there should hopefully be some helpful information about the rules that govern actions in, on, and
around a lake, and what organizations are involved.
Permits & Rules: The watershed district’s rules apply primarily to construction that might occur (building
a new garage, or creating/adding to a beach, etc). Each rule is listed on website here: Permits & Rules. If
there is a specific project you have in mind to do, on that same page, you can click “Permit Application
Guide.” This asks a series of questions and at the end tells you the type(s) of permit(s) you might need.
program can give you the knowledge, skills, and network to make it happen! Learn more at http://rpbcwd.
Watershed Rules takes step back on new rules - EP News, July 10,2014
Transcript from July 2, 2014 Watershed District Meeting where citizens spoke out against proposed rules.
Mitchell Lake Association
Founded September 19, 2006