The District is conducting a water quality study on Lake Holiday, Wing Lake, and Lake Rose in Minnetonka.
The District is undertaking a lake management study to identify potential water quality improvement projects to improve the health of the lakes. This process will be completed in early 2022.
Learn more about each of the lakes at our lake pages below:
Lake User Survey
Thank you to everyone who took the lake user survey. The survey is meant to provide community feedback to Nine Mile Creek Watershed District staff, engineers, and the board of managers, along with the City of Minnetonka to assist in the evaluation of management strategies designed to improve the health of Lake Holiday, Wing Lake, and Lake Rose. The survey was active September 1-October 1, 2021, and was targeted to those who live on Lake Holiday, Wing Lake, and Lake Rose and those that live or work in the area of land that drains to these lakes. 85 responses were received.
Read the survey summary: Holiday Wing Rose Lake User Survey Summary (PDF)
Community Kickoff Meeting
A community meeting was held on September 29 at 6:30 PM at the Minnetonka Community Center. A presentation was given by the District’s engineering firm, Barr Engineering. Following the presentation, small group discussions occurred through which the District to gathered input on values and concerns regarding the lakes.
Community Meeting Presentation: Holiday Wing Rose Community Meeting_September 29 2021 (PDF)
Read the feedback from the Community Kickoff Meeting: Holiday Wing Rose Community Meeting Notes_September 29 2021 (PDF)
Check out this story map to learn about what is so special about shallow lakes! To view the story map in a new browser window, click here.
Watch this video to learn more about expectations for shallow, urban lakes and how they differ from deep water lakes.
Check this page as we will update it when we have new information. For more information on the UAA process or on Lake Holiday, Wing Lake, or Lake Rose, contact Randy, District Administrator, at 952-835-2078.