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Carver County Stream Monitoring

Streams are monitored March through October.  Monthly measurements are taken of total phosphorus, inorganic nitrogen, bacteria (E. coli), and total suspended solids (sediment).

There are five sub-watershed within Carver County Water Management Organization. They are Bevens Creek, Carver Creek, East Chaska Creek, West Chaska Creek and a portion of the Crow River. Use the interactive maps below to learn about each sub-watershed/stream.

 Bevens Creek
   Carver Creek 
    Crow River
 BevensWDScreenShot    Carver WD Screen Shot.png
   Crow river screen shot

 East Chaska Creek
    West Chaska Creek    


Additional agencies involved in monitoring lakes and streams in Carver County include the Metropolitan Councils Watershed Monitoring Program (WOMP) and Citizen-Assisted Monitoring Program (CAMP),  Minnesota Pollution Control Agencies (MPCA) Citizen Lake Monitoring Program (CLMP), Carver County Environmental Services, Carver County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA).