Public Notice

Posted 18 September 2017

17-412: Robb Miller, TE Miller Development has applied for a Minnehaha Creek Watershed District permit for Erosion Control and Stormwater Management for the multi-family residential redevelopment located at 5109, 5117, and 5125 49th Street West in the City of Edina. The project will result in a 0.4 acre increase in impervious surface on the 1.4 acre site that ultimately drains to Minnehaha Creek. The site’s entire impervious surface will be treated for water quality and quantity.

Individuals with questions or concerns regarding this permit may contact Heidi Quinn at 952-641-4504 or hquinn@minnehahacreek.org.

Interested parties may request that the permit application is considered by the MCWD Board of Managers. Requests for determination by the Board of Managers must be in writing and received at the MCWD offices prior to 4:30 PM October 2nd, 2017.


Posted 18 September 2017

17-425: The City of Shorewood has applied for a Minnehaha Creek Watershed District permit for Waterbody Crossings & Structures for the in-kind replacement of a failing culvert under Eureka Road in the City of Shorewood. The project will result in no change in impervious surface and will result in 0.04 acres of permanent wetland impact which is allowed under the Wetland Conservation Act utilities exemption. The site ultimately drains to Lake Minnetonka.

Individuals with questions or concerns regarding this permit may contact Heidi Quinn at 952-641-4504 or hquinn@minnehahacreek.org.

Interested parties may request that the permit application is considered by the MCWD Board of Managers. Requests for determination by the Board of Managers must be in writing and received at the MCWD offices prior to 4:30 PM, September 28th, 2017.


Posted 18 September 2017

17-348: Orono Schools (IDS #278) has applied for a Minnehaha Creek Watershed District permit for Erosion Control, Stormwater Management, and Wetland Protection for the redevelopment of a field house and parking improvements located at 795 Old Crystal Bay Road North in the City of Orono. The project will result in a 3.36 acre increase in impervious surface on the 43.59 acre site that ultimately drains to Stubbs Bay of Lake Minnetonka. The site’s new impervious surface will be treated for water quality and quantity controls. There are no proposed wetland impacts.

Individuals with questions or concerns regarding this permit may contact Heidi Quinn at 952-641-4504 or hquinn@minnehahacreek.org.

Interested parties may request that the permit application is considered by the MCWD Board of Managers. Requests for determination by the Board of Managers must be in writing and received at the MCWD offices prior to 4:30 PM, October 2nd, 2017.


Posted 11 September 2017

17-442:  Darren Nauss has applied for a Minnehaha Creek Watershed District permit for Erosion Control and Wetland Protection for the construction of a single family home located at 4660 Watertown Road, Orono.  The PID number for this parcel is 3111823220006. Due to the requirements of the Wetland Protection permit a wetland buffer will be declared adjacent to each wetland within the property.  These buffers are protected areas that contain vegetation that filters runoff, prevents erosion and is important to wildlife.  By this expectation disturbances, such as mowing, are regarded as activities that interfere with the Wetland Buffer’s function and are not allowed within the buffer’s proximity.  Water from this parcel drains to Lake Minnetonka.

 Individuals with questions or concerns regarding this permit may contact Jack Distel at 952-641-4581 or jdistel@minnehahacreek.org.

Interested parties may request that the permit be considered by the MCWD Board of Managers.  Requests for public consideration must be in writing and received at the MCWD offices prior to 4:30 PM, September 25th, 2017. 


Posted 11 September 2017

17-361: Paul Revere Masonic Center, LLC has applied for a Minnehaha Creek Watershed District permit for Stormwater Management for parking lot improvements located at 6509 and 6515 Walker Street in the City of St. Louis Park. The project will result in a 6% decrease in impervious surface on the 0.72 acre site that ultimately drains to Bass Lake Preserve.

Individuals with questions or concerns regarding this permit may contact Heidi Quinn at 952-641-4504 or hquinn@minnehahacreek.org.

Interested parties may request that the permit application be considered by the MCWD Board of Managers. Requests for determination by the Board of Managers must be in writing and received at the MCWD offices prior to 4:30 PM, September 22nd, 2017.