Lake Minnetonka is a valuable recreational resource for a large number of people in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, and the nation. The Lake is also a valuable ecological resource that provides drainage control and a habitat for a wide range of wildlife. The Lake is subject to increasing pressures from the development of adjacent shoreland areas and from increasing recreational uses.
Regulations are established in order to balance all the competing interests of the Lake, the human use and the great natural resource. The Lake Minnetonka Conservation District (LMCD) Board of Directors over the years has adopted a comprehensive Code of Ordinances to manage and regulate a wide variety of activities on Lake Minnetonka. Please view the code and informational materials for more information about environmental, public safety, and nuisance regulations.
LMCD Adopted Ordinances
The LMCD has established this website and information for use by the general public as a convenient way to access the information and services. Information is provided for convenience of the user. Efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website. However, due to the nature of information transmitted via the Internet, the compatibility of different web browsers, changes to source materials, and the possibility of unauthorized access to this site, information contained on this website should not be deemed reliable for legal purposes. For information about specific projects or unique situations, please contact the LMCD at (952) 745-0789.