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Report City Issues With See Click Fix
To better serve residents in the community, Shorewood has joined with See Click Fix reporting system to simplify reporting of issues in the community. It is not for emergencies, but is a great way to report downed trees, potholes, graffiti or vandalism, park equipment issues, and other similar items. Click on the button at the right to check out the system and to get links to add a mobile app to your cellular phone.
Open Book Property Tax Meeting May 2
The Open Book meeting for Shorewood is scheduled for Monday, May 2, from 5 pm - 7 pm at City Hall. The meeting is conducted under the authority of the Hennepin County Assessor, which will conduct an "open-book" process for valuation appeals. At the Open Book meeting, the county assessor's staff will review the valuation with the property owner. The valuation reflects a property's value on January 1, 2016, and is used for property taxes payable in 2017. If you cannot attend please contact the assessor's office, 612.348.3046, for options.
Road Construction Creates Delays
Smithtown Road sidewalk construction is resulting in occasional traffic delays between Eureka Road and County Road 19. Flaggers are controlling traffic. It is the goal to never have traffic delayed longer than 10 minutes. Drivers are encouraged to take other routes when possible and to attempt to drive during non-peak drive times. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Matt, 612.246.9347, or by email.
Xcel Energy will be burying underground power lines on the east side of Grant Lorenze Road between Edgewood Road and Smithtown Road beginning the week of April 25. The project is expected ot last up to 30 days. Flaggers will control traffic. Traffic delays may occur. When possible, please use an althernate route.
Watermain Flushing Continues
Flushing of the hydrants releases the rust and mineral deposits which collect in the water pipes. Residents should be aware that this process causes household water to become discolored. Check your water for discoloration before washing light-colored loads of laundry. If your water has a rusty look, run the cold water tap until you notice the water running clear. Continue to watch the website for this season's hydrant flushing dates/areas, which will be posted as it is scheduled.
GIS Maps Open to the Public
Check out the new Shorewood maps available online! Properties can be searched using address, owners last name, and property identification code.
Minnetonka Country Club Redevelopment
The Shorewood City Council has approved a revised concept plan, preliminary plat and development stage plan for the Mattamy Homes redevelopment of the Minnetonka Country Club property.
Information relative to this project will be posted as it becomes available at the following link: Minnetonka Country Club Redevelopment.
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- Hydrant Flushing
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Reporting Pot Holes
2016 Spring Watermain flushing began April 4 and will continue throughout the city until complete.
City water mains are flushed semi-annually in the spring and the fall. Households may experience rusty water, discoloration or low water pressure during flushing. However, if you do experience rusty water, running the cold-water tap will usually 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?
Get text message reminders for recycling week. Text "blue" to 292929..