The next Meet the Mayor session will take place at 8:45 am, Thursday, October 23, at Twin Point Tavern.
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Snapshot is a quarterly report produced by the Administration of Lake Elmo to summarize the current financial condition of the City of Lake Elmo. The purpose of Snapshot is to report current financial performance metrics of the City of Lake Elmo for the City Council and the broader public as whole; and to provide specific analysis in key areas of operation and growth. Council and the broader public are encouraged to review the more specific monthly financial reports provided by the Finance Committee for a detail of individual revenues and expenditures.
The Stillwater Gazette is hosting a candidate forum on Wednesday, Oct. 22. The forum is open to the public and will take place 7-8:15 p.m. at Lake Elmo City Hall, 3800 Laverne Ave. N. The forum will air live and replay on Channel 16. The forum will feature candidates running for two Lake Elmo City Council seats that are up for election on the November 4 ballot.
At the October 13, 2014 joint workshop members of the Lake Elmo City Council and Planning Commission discuss the status of current development projects and review the City’s land use plan for the future sewer service areas.
View the meeting online by clicking here.
Members of Lake Elmo City staff, Council, citizen advisory committees, and community partners joined together to conduct a Downtown Summit on Tuesday, October 14, 2014. Six primary topics were discussed in respect to the revitalization and reconstruction efforts of Downtown Lake Elmo. Presentations from the Summit can be viewed by clicking each item link below.
- Downtown Drainage: The City’s Plan to Manage Age Old Flooding Issues – Jack Griffin, Focus Engineering
- Providing Sewer to Those on Private Septic System: What’s on the Horizon for 2015-2019 – Jack Griffin, Focus Engineering
- Taking It To The Streets; Lake Elmo Avenue Street Construction – Frank Ticknor, Washington County
- Maximizing the Potential of Downtown Part 1: Streetscape Design – Nick Johnson, City of Lake Elmo
- Maximizing the Potential of Downtown Part 2: The Economy of Downtown Lake Elmo – Liz Templin, University of Minnesota Extension
- Creating a Sense of Place: Parks and Village Green in the Downtown – Nick Johnson, City of Lake Elmo