Cities in Minnesota are required to have a local water management plan, capital improvement program, and official controls to bring local water management into conformance with local watershed district plans.
Roseville’s Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan (CSWMP) describes Roseville’s current surface water resources (e.g., lakes, ponds, wetlands). It establishes the overall goals and policies to manage surface water throughout the City and defines specific actions and improvement projects the City may undertake.
The CSWMP covers water quality, flooding, wetlands, groundwater protection, construction site management, operation and maintenance of the City’s storm water system, and public education and involvement.
The City is beginning the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan. As part of the update, it must review and update the CSWMP.
The CSWMP plan update is available at www.cityofroseville.com/stormwater. Residents are encouraged to review the plan and send any questions or comments to Ryan Johnson, Environmental Specialist at email@example.com.