'High Water Declaration' Ends On Lake MinnetonkaIt's very likely that Lake Minnetonka will have a few more boats out on the water before Labor Day as we head into the home stretch of summer. The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office said Monday that the "High Water Declaration" has ended on one of the most popular lakes in the Twin Cities.
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Water Level, Debris Make Minnehaha Creek Unsafe For PaddlersYou may have to change your Memorial Day weekend plans if they include canoeing or kayaking down Minnehaha Creek. The recent rain caused high levels on Lake Minnetonka. As a result, water is being released into the creek to lower it. The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District warns the release is causing unsafe conditions.
High Water Levels Force No-Wake Restrictions On Some LakesLast week's seven inch rainfall in central Minnesota is creating dangerously high levels on a number of lakes. That means emergency no wake restrictions are once again in effect on many area lakes.