NMCWD Response to COVID-19

Updated June 28, 2022

District Office protocols

As of June 28th, masks are no longer required at the District office (Discovery Point), located at 12800 Gerard Drive, Eden Prairie MN 55346. The District office is open to the public.

Information on Permits

NMCWD permitting staff will continue to receive and process permits normally, and continue to provide a high level of responsiveness.

Permitting materials should be submitted electronically. Any checks for permit fees and the original signed application should be mailed to the District (Nine Mile Creek Watershed District, Attn: Lauren Foley, 12800 Gerard Dr, Eden Prairie, MN 55346).

Contact Lauren Foley, Permit & Water Resources Coordinator, at 952-204-9690 or lfoley@ninemilecreek.org to submit materials and for general questions or inquiries regarding permits.

Board and CAC meetings

Board meetings will take place in person at the District office beginning on July 20th, 2022. Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting will be held in person starting August 3, 2022. Remote attendance options will continue to be made available.

Education program updates

Programs will be hosted in person through the summer and fall. Registration is highly encouraged, where needed. We will continue to record programs where possible, and post educational videos on our YouTube channel. Please check the upcoming events page or this post for updates. Contact Education Coordinator Gael Zembal for more details on programming: 952-204-9691 or gzembal@ninemilecreek.org.

General Inquiries

For all general inquires, please contact the District’s Administrator, Randy Anhorn, at 952-835-2078 or ranhorn@ninemilecreek.org.

More info on COVID-19

Read the NMCWD updated COVID 19 Preparedness Plan

COVID-19 Preparedness Plan Supporting Documents

The Preparedness Plan above was adopted on June 24, 2020, and updated on July 28, 2020. It may continue to be revised as conditions change. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding during these times.

Check out the CDC’s website Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities to learn more about how we can all help contain this virus. Most important is that if you have a fever or other cold symptoms, have traveled to any area currently experiencing ongoing community transmission in the last 14 days, or may have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, please stay home.