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Scott County Soil and Water Conservation District, Meets the third Wednesday of each month, 8am at the Scott Extension and Conversation Center.
Lakes Advisory Committee, Meets the third Tuesday of each month, 4:30pm at PL City Hall
With summer showers, winds & storms. Sometimes our lake things float off. If you find a dock section, lose a dock section. Or, if your canoe or paddle boat end up missing... Please feel free to post your requests on our Spring Lake Association Facebook Page at Lost & Found.
Prior Lake - Spring Lake Watershed District, Meets the second Tuesday of each month, 6-8pm at PL City Hall.
Minnesota DNR Lake Info, Information on all MN Lakes, Rules & Regulations.
Spring Lake Township, Meets the second Thursday of each month, 7pm at Spring Lake Township Hall.
Winter Progressive Appetizer Party
Saturday, February 29
Sunday, April 19
Concert in the Park
Saturday, July 18
(alt. Saturday, August 1)
Pick Your Paddle
Monday, September 7
Bonfire and S'mores Bar
Saturday, October 10
Citizen Advisory Committee, Meets the last Thursday of each month, 6:30pm at the PL City Hall.
November 7 Update
Spring Lake Association Members,
They Voted Yes!
On Monday, November 4th, the Prior Lake City Council voted on very important ordinance amendments to protect our lakes. The main points of the amendment were protecting our marshlands from further development, strengthening the rules around boat slip rentals, reducing the amount of allowed household watercraft from six to five, and reducing the amount of boat slips to future Controlled Access Lot Marinas. The SLA Board took an active part in the ordinance amendments from participating on the ordinance planning committee, attending the city planning meeting, the city council meeting, communication to the SLA members and reaching out to the city planners and council members. With about 40 people in attendance, the city passed the proposed ordinance with the two changes.
“Grandchildren” were added to the list of family members who could occupy a boat slip at a resident. Now the homeowner, spouse, parents, children (including foster and stepchildren) and grandchildren are able to use a resident boat slip.
The current boat slip ratio for marinas is 1:18.75 (1 boat slip for 18.75 feet of shoreline). The proposed ratio was 1:50 feet. That proposal was amended to 1:40 feet which was passed.
Thank you to everyone who took part in helping these important ordinances pass. We joined forces and together we helped preserve the future of Spring Lake!
The next step is for Spring Lake Township Board to consider this same update to its mooring ordinance. The topic is on the board’s agenda November 14 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall at 20381 Fairlawn Ave, Prior Lake, MN 55372. This is the first time this topic is on the board’s agenda, so it would be great if people show up to show support. It isn’t clear when the board will actually vote on the ordinance.
Spring Lake Association