Surface Water Resources
for Water Quality
for Water Quality
Chanhassen residents and service groups/organizations are invited to volunteer to assist with cleaning up organic debris in our streets on
Saturday, October 27 from 9:30 am to noon.
NOTE: Rain date is Sunday, October 28 from 9:30 am to noon.
Volunteers will rake, sweep or shovel leaves, dirt, and debris around or close to curbs, and streets at designated locations throughout the city.
The following Chanhassen streets have been designated for clean up:
- Carver Beach Road between Creek Drive and Broken Arrow Drive
- Dakota Lane between Marsh Drive and Erie/Cheyenne Avenue
- Lake Riley Boulevard
- Shore Drive between Greenbriar Avenue and Cypress Drive
- Stone Creek Drive between Creekview Court and Stone Creek Court
A designated group leader will meet volunteers at the cleanup site (see location map for meeting location) promptly at 9:30 am. Supplies will be distributed as well as instructions.Location Maps
Clean-up Registration Registration deadline is Thursday, October 25, 2018.
Chanhassen has an abundance of surface water resources which include lakes, streams, ponds, and wetlands. The city’s Surface Water Management Plan outlines goals for managing these resources.
Water quality, lakeshore preservation, lake level variability, and flood management are some of the important issues that impact the quality of life enjoyed by all residents.
We all have a role to play in the management of these resources for the benefit of wildlife ecosystems that rely on it. Whether through direct use of Chanhassen’s many lakes, streams, ponds, and wetlands or through runoff from yards, driveways, and streets, pollutants find their way into the water and degrade these valuable resources.
- Carver County Soil and Water Conservation District - Provides assistance to citizens in protecting land and water
- Carver County Volunteer Opportunities - How you and the family can get involved water management programs
- Freshwater Society - Educating citizens to value, conserve, and protect water resources
- Lake Management - DNR Lake information
- Minnesota Department of Natural Resources- Water Resources
- Minnesota Water Let's Keep It Clean- Stormwater education for the Twin Cities Metro Area
- MPCA Guide to Lake Protection and Management - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
- Stormwater Runoff - Environmental Protection Agency
- University of Minnesota Extension Service - Water Resource Education
- US Geological Survey (USGS) - Provides data for the nation's water resources
- Wetland Conservation Act - Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources