Board of Directors
Shaping the future of Lake Minnetonka
The LMCD is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors composed of one member appointed by the City Councils of the 14 municipalities that border Lake Minnetonka. The Board provides direction for the organization, develops policies and initiatives, and helps build partnerships to carry out the mission of preserving and enhancing the Lake Minnetonka experience. Serving on the Board is a great way to guide the future of Lake Minnetonka, helping to protect the lake, the surrounding communities and all those who enjoy it.
Terms on the LMCD Board run from February 1st through January 31st of the following year. Our Board members serve on three-year terms subject to recall by the cities. There are no applicable term limits for Board members. Each city determines the process in which they appoint its representative to the board. In addition to the formal board meetings, many members are active on committees, workshops, or special projects, as well as in their community. If you are interested in volunteering your time, enthusiasm and expertise to the communities surrounding Lake Minnetonka by participating on our board, please contact us for more information.
Term Expires January 2023
Term Expires January 2022
Stewards of the Lake
The LMCD is run by a dedicated, talented group of individuals who are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the Lake Minnetonka experience for all. This collaborative team appreciates and understands that Lake Minnetonka means something different to everyone and works to ensure everyone can enjoy this incredible natural resource to the fullest.
Meet Our Staff
The Executive Director serves as the executive and operating officer of the LMCD. This position serves at the pleasure of the Board of Directors and is responsible for implementing the strategic plan and all operations, management, and promotion of activities, policies, procedures as directed by the Board.
Environmental Administrative Technician
The Environmental Administrative Technician performs a wide variety of technical and administrative tasks to ensure compliance with LMCD regulations. This position serves as a primary contact for licensees, partner agencies, and residents to provide technical assistance regarding dock construction, AIS, and a variety of lake initiatives. This position also supports office operations, Board activities, and the Executive Director.
The Administrative Assistant is a part-time position that manages all aspects of the office including customer service, licensing, payroll, administrative operations, and various functions for the success of the organization. The position assists the Executive Director and staff in serving the Board, customers, and general public.
The Administrative Clerk is a part-time position that provides administrative support for the office by assisting with public inquiries, filing, and other office needs. The position assists the Executive Director and staff in serving the Board, customers, and general public.
Lake Minnetonka Cities
Other Governmental Agencies
- Hennepin County Environmental Services
- Hennepin County Public Health (Beach Water Sampling)