Mississippi Watershed Management Organization
Watershed management organizations (WMOs) are special purpose local units of government whose boundaries follow those of a natural watershed (an area in which all water drains to one point). The WMOs are named after the primary lake or river within the watershed. Watershed management allows for consideration of all the factors that contribute to the condition of a given stream or lake, and provides the opportunity for all people within the watershed to work together.
- Mississippi Watershed Management Organization website
- MN Statute Chapter 103B. Water Planning and Project Implementation
2nd Tuesday of odd months, beginning at 3:00 PM, unless otherwise noted on MWMO website
8 members (Columbia Heights, Fridley, Hilltop, Lauderdale, Minneapolis, Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board, Saint Anthony, Saint Paul)
One Council Member represents the City of Minneapolis, 1 Council Member serves as alternate
Term of Appointment
None. Representatives serve at the discretion of the member community.
None (State of Minnesota)
Last updated Jun 23, 2016