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Was Your Property Damaged by the Big Rain?
Hennepin County was included in the recent Federal Disaster Declaration. Residents may be eligible for disaster-loan funding to assist with returning their homes to pre-disaster condition.
Currently, four lenders have been assigned to assist victims with our programs options. Center for Energy and Environment ( CEE ) is the lender assigned to your County.
This flyer contains important information about the program options. Also included is contact information for the lender, Center for Energy and Environment.
Success With Zebra Mussels in Christmas Lake
Eleven days after Zequanox® was applied to an area around the Christmas Lake public boat access in Shorewood, it appeared it may have resulted in 100 percent mortality of the zebra mussels in the treatment area. Zequanox, a non-chemical treatment that has been federally approved for open water use, was applied to a 50 by 60 foot containment area on September 8. As of September 19, Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) staff did not find any live mussels in the treatment zone. The combination of Zequanox and the near-total removal of dissolved oxygen caused by the treatment appear to have killed virtually all of the zebra mussels in the containment area.
Shorewood is Bee Safe
Shorewood City Council has passed a resolution endorsing “Bee-Safe” Policies and Procedures throughout the city. The resolution encourages the use of bee-safe processes in our parks, education to our residents on bee and pollinator safety, and other bee safe practices. Shorewood is proud to be the first city in Minnesota to take the initiative to pass a resolution and to encourage its residents to do what they can to keep properties in the city safe for pollinators. You may email comments or questions to the city regarding the bee-safe resolution.
Report Community Public Works Issues
|Please use our new online system to report issues such as mowing and park concerns, potholes, traffic signal lights and other street issues, drainage problems, and other public works concerns.. You are also encouraged to submit feedback on the online report system.|
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- Pot Holes
- Hydrant Flushing
- Community Center
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Reporting Pot Holes
City water mains are flushed semi-annually in the spring and the fall. Flushing is done to remove mineral deposits that have accumulated in the water pipes. Households may experience rusty water, discoloration or other problems during flushing. City crews take precautions to limit problems. However, if you do experience rusty water, running the cold-water tap will clean out your system. Call the Utility Division at 952.960.7900 if you have a problem related to flushing that does not clear up within 48 hours.
When is Recycling Service Pick-up?