What does the Riley Purgatory Bluff Creek Watershed District do?
The District works with citizens and other entities to improve water quality and provide recreation by initiating and completing projects.
How is the District governed?
A five member Board of Managers governs the District. One is supported by the Carver County Commission, the other four by the Hennepin County Commission. Each serves a three year term.
What is the District's Vision?
The District will achieve sustainable uses appropriate for each water body of the District.
Achievement of this vision will result in:
Waters dominated by diverse native fish and plant populations,
Lakes with water clarity of 2 meters or more,
Delisting of half of all impaired (303d) lakes or stream reaches,
An engaged and educated public and scientific community participating in adaptive management activities, and
Regulatory recommendations necessary for municipal, county, and state authorities to sustain the achieved conditions.