Watershed Management Plan & Reports
The Sunrise River WMO's activities and priorities are guided by their watershed management plan. The plan is developed with involvement from other water resource agencies, SRWMO member communities, and the public. The SRWMO's current plan was adopted November 7, 2019 applies through 2029.
4th Generation SRWMO Watershed Management Plan:
Plan Guidance Documents:
- Linwood Lake Carp Management Feasibility Study
- Martin Lake Carp Management Feasibility Study
- Lower St Croix One Watershed One Plan (aka Lower St. Croix Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan)
- Anoka Sand Plain Partnership 10-Year Strategic Conservation Action Plan (to be available soon)
- Ditch 20 Wetland Restoration Feasibility Study to Benefit Downstream Water Quality
- Anoka County Geologic Atlas – Part A and Part B
- Sunrise River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load
- Sunrise Rive Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategies (WRAPS)
- Anoka County Water Resources Report
- Coon Lake Stormwater Retrofit Analysis
- Sunrise River Watershed Study
- Martin and Typo Lake Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)
- Lake St. Croix TMDL Study
- Martin Lake Stormwater Retrofit
SRWMO Annual Reports
Each year the SRWMO produces an annual report pursuant to Minnesota Rules 8410.0150. That includes activities, progress toward goals, and finances. Reports for each year are completed by mid-April of the following year. Click the year below to view each report.
SRWMO Joint Powers Agreement
The Sunrise River WMO is a joint powers organization consisting of the communities of Columbus, East Bethel, Ham Lake, and Linwood. Through the SRWMO the communities jointly and cooperatively manage water resources, particularly those that flow across municipal boundaries. The organization is operated by a board of managers consisting of two representatives from each community. The SRWMO Joint Powers Agreement provides rules and procedures for operation of the SRWMO.