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Jan
27

CLFLWD Board Meeting
Remote Attendance

Feb
1

CLFLWD Special Board Meeting
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Feb
10

CLFLWD Board Meeting
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Feb
24

CLFLWD Board Meeting
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Mar
10

CLFLWD Board Meeting
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Mar
24

CLFLWD Board Meeting
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Welcome to the Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District

COVID-19 Update, Office Closure and Remote Meeting Attendance - details in news section below

The Comfort Lake - Forest Lake Watershed District (CLFLWD) encompasses roughly 49 square miles in northern Washington County and southern Chisago County, including the Cities of Chisago City, Forest Lake, Scandia, and Wyoming. The watershed outlets to the northwest to the Sunrise River, which flows northeast through Chisago County before discharging to the St. Croix River.

 

District News

CLFLWD Wins 2021 Program of the Year Award!

The Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District Citizen Assisted Tributary Monitoring Program is the winner of the MN Association of Watershed Districts 2021 Program of the Year Award. CLFLWD was also a finalist/nominee in other award categories.

Program of the Year Award Winner: Citizen Assisted Tributary Monitoring | 2020 CAT Monitoring Report 

Project of the Year Award Finalist: Shields Lake Stormwater Reuse & Alum Treatment

Outstanding Administrator Award Finalist: Mike Kinney

Movie Award Nominee: Shields Lake Stormwater Reuse & Alum Treatment

11/30/21-12/1/21 Phone Service Disruption

On Tuesday, November 30th the Comfort Lake-Forest Lake Watershed District transitioned to a new phone service provider. This transition is largely complete but may result in occasional disruptions. If you would like to reach a specific staff member please consult our contacts page and dial them directly or send an email.  Thank you for your patience as we complete this transition.

Now accepting applications for Citizen Advisory Committee

If you are interested in becoming involved in protecting and improving our water resources, joining the Watershed District’s Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) is a great place to start! The CAC meets monthly throughout the year with the purpose of providing public input to the Watershed District regarding policy and projects, provide a channel of communication to the Board of Managers, aid in fostering a positive public image, and to educate the public about the Watershed District’s goals and accomplishments. Application materials can be found at www.clflwd.org/about_committees.php. Questions about the CAC or the application process can be sent to Aidan Read at aidan.read@clflwd.org.