Welcome to the Shingle Creek Watershed

The Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission is the local governmental unit responsible for protecting the water resources of
the Shingle Creek watershed.

Portions of the areas of the cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park,
Crystal, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, New Hope, Osseo, Plymouth and
Robbinsdale are in the Shingle Creek watershed.

Get Out and
     Enjoy the Water!



Commission Receives Clean Water Grant


Water Sustainability in Minnesota Progress and Plans

View Presentation by James Stark, USGS.

Twin and Ryan Lakes Five Year TMDL Review


The Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission is undertaking a Five Year Review of progress toward the Twin and Ryan Lakes Nutrient TMDL. The Commission hosted a community meeting on November 20, 2013 [presentation] to share information and take initial public comment regarding the next Five Year Plan.  The review is expected to be complete in Spring 2014.

Commission Meets Monthly

The Shingle Creek and West Mississippi Watershed Management Commissions meet on the second Thursday of each month at the Clubhouse at Edinburgh USA, 8700 Edinbrook Crossing, Brooklyn Park, MN. The Shingle Creek meeting begins at 12:45 p.m. and the West Mississippi meeting follows. The agenda is updated seven days prior to the meeeting.

At their March meeting the Commissions heard John Barten, Director of Natural Resources Management for Three Rivers Park District, speak on the topic  of aquatic invasive species control.  Click here to view his presentation.