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Shingle Creek and West Mississippi Watershed Management Commissions

These commissions are charged with certain surface and groundwater management functions.

About

Nine cities with land in the Shingle Creek watershed and five cities with land in the West Mississippi watershed entered into Joint Powers Agreements (JPA) to form watershed management organizations.

Go to the Shingle Creek Watershed Commission home page

Commission members from Brooklyn Park

One resident representative, one alternate resident representative (representatives may serve on one or both commissions).

Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission

Name District Term ends
Quinn, Adam City at-large January 31, 2021
Chesney, Steven City at-large (alternate) January 31, 2021

West Mississippi Watershed Management Commission

Name District Term ends
Chesney, Steven City at-large January 31, 2021
Prasch, Alex City at-large (alternate) January 31, 2021

Apply to become a commissioner

Applications are always welcome! Applications are kept on file for one year. As openings occur, applicants are notified of openings and invited to participate in the commission interview process.

Term

Three years

Meets

Second Thursday of each month. The Shingle Creek meeting begins at noon and the West Mississippi meeting follows.

Time commitment (approximate)

3 hours per month

Cities served

Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission includes:

  • Brooklyn Park
  • Brooklyn Center
  • Crystal
  • Maple Grove
  • Minneapolis
  • New Hope
  • Osseo
  • Plymouth
  • Robbinsdale

West Mississippi Watershed Management Commission includes:

  • Brooklyn Park
  • Brooklyn Center
  • Champlin
  • Maple Grove
  • Osseo