Is there a lake, creek, or wetland in your community that you love and want to take care of? How about a water body that you are worried about? Do you fight with erosion or flooding at your home?
CCWMO is starting to update its water management plan, a document that guides its actions over 10 years. And we want to know what you think. Take our survey and give us your thoughts.
Protecting, preserving & managing surface water & groundwater in the midst of rapid growth and intensive agricultural activity.
The Carver County Water Management Organization (CCWMO) is a local unit of government responsible for performing management tasks including planning, funding, regulation, education and implementation of the Carver County Water Management Plan.
The CCWMO boundaries cover 320 square miles and include the following watersheds: Bevens Creek, Carver Creek, East Chaska Creek, West Chaska Creek and parts of Pioneer Sarah and the Crow River. Within these boundaries there are 35 lakes greater than 10 acres and 365 miles of stream. Explore a map of the CCWMO. (link to interactive map)
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