Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission
Watershed management organization districts 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 watershed districts 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.
- Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission website
- MN Statute Chapter 103B. Water Planning and Project Implementation
2nd Thursday of the month
9 Commission Board members (1 member and 1 alternate from the following representative cities: Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, New Hope, Osseo, Plymouth, Robbinsdale)
Contact the watershed directly for information about membership on Citizen Advisory Committees.
The Council appoints one representative and one alternate to the commission.
Term of Appointment
None (State of Minnesota)
Last updated Jun 23, 2016