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Brick Pond in Winter

Kurt Indermaur, "Brick Pond in Winter" (2014 Minnetonka Photo Contest)

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  • Update on outdoor ice rink flooding

    Due to temperatures that have resulted in little to no frost in the ground, outdoor ice rink flooding has been delayed until further notice. Lack of frost in the ground causes several issues for outdoor skating rink flooding.

  • Apply now for a volunteer position on the Minnetonka Park Board, Planning or Charter Commission

    Do you want to be involved in your local government? Consider applying for a volunteer position on a city board or commission. The city will have one opening each on the park board, planning and charter commissions. Applicants must have a desire to serve their community in a volunteer capacity and be willing to contribute the number of hours necessary for the particular group to which they are applying. Applicants are interviewed by the city council and appointed by the mayor.

  • Apply now for the Police Citizen's Academy

    From February 3 to March 24, 2015, the Minnetonka Police Department will offer an eight-week Police Citizen's Academy providing an in-depth look at the police department.

  • Gray's Bay Marina slips available for 2015 season

    The city of Minnetonka is accepting applications for vacant boat slips at Gray's Bay Marina for the 2015 season. Slips will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. If interested, please contact Marti Weseloh at mweseloh@eminnetonka.com or 952.939.8360.

  • 2015 city property taxes decrease for average home

    At its December 1 meeting, the Minnetonka City Council adopted a 2.9 percent increase in the city property tax for 2015, which will result in fewer city property taxes for the median value home here.  The city's ongoing thoughtful and efficient service delivery is being supported by an improving economy whereby the city's tax base is expanding due to careful redevelopment and improved real estate market values across all sectors.