The State of Minnesota lists surface water resources that do not meet state standards for water quality as impaired. In those cases, a total maximum daily load (TMDL) plan must be developed to bring the surface water resource into compliance with state standards.
Two TMDL plans have been completed, with more to follow in the future. The TMDL plans will include potential projects, practices, and programs that should improve the water quality in the affected resource.
- Shingle Creek Chloride TMDL and Implementation Plan
- Schmidt, Pomerleau, and Bass Lakes Nutrient TMDL and Implementation Plan
- Cedar Island, Pike and Eagle Lakes Excess Nutrient TMDL and Implementation Plan
- Medicine Lake TMDL & Implementation Plan
Vanessa Strong, Water Resources Manager
Plymouth City Hall | 3400 Plymouth Blvd. | Plymouth, MN 55447-1482
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