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Articles About Water Issues

Lake Level: The elevation of White Bear Lake has historically ranged from its low point of 918.8 feet in 2013 to its high point of 926.7 feet in 1943.  The current lake level is updated online several times daily by the Minnesota DNR.  See the current lake level here.

DNR Report on Cost Estimates for Moving Water into White Bear Lake

Protective lake lavel: Lawns could bear brunt - 113016, WBP
July sunshine brings November evaporation - 112316, WBP
City recommits to lake lawsuit fight - 111616, WBP
Million dollar question: What does USGS study show?
- 102616, WBP
Lake lawsuit: judge sides with Restoration Association to add statute - 101916, WBP
Initial results show effort killed off zebra mussels - 10026, ST
Invasive species battle rages on - 092816, WBP
Lake level: the rain is the proof - 092116, WBP
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Zebra Mussels

Little was learned from Christmas lake zebra mussels - June 2, 2015, LWN
Adult zebra mussels elusive in lake search - November 26, 2014,  White Bear Press
More zebra mussels found throughout lake - October 8, 2014,  White Bear Press
Zebra mussels found in lake - October 1, 2014,  White Bear Press
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DNR Strategic Plan - Draft

st planThe Draft Strategic Plan for Groundwater Management Program. Download PDF file>

The DNR's draft North East Area Groundwater Management Plan - comments are being accepted until March 31, 2015

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Meeting Dates

The next meeting will be held January 17, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers in the White Bear Lake City Hall. View past meeting video recording>>>
Lake Education Committee
Next meeting to be announced.
Lake Quality Committee
Meets the First Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the White Bear Lake City Hall.
Lake Utilization Committee
Next meeting is January 15 at 6 pm in the Council Chambers.
Lake Level Resolution Committee
Next meeting to be announced.

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