Carver County
The Carver County Board of Commissioners is seeking to fill vacancies on County advisory committees. Citizen involvement on the committees is an important and integral link between the community and county services and programs. Their purpose is to advise, consult with, or make recommendations to th...Read More
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Motorists near Chanhassen encountered a change in the detour for both directions of Carver County Highway 61 during the late afternoon or early evening on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Both directions of old County Highway 61 will continue to be closed at the Bluff Creek stream crossing as construction crews ...Read More
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The Carver County Taxpayer Services Department is responsible for collecting and distributing property taxes for the county, schools, cities/townships and other jurisdictions within its boundaries. Taxpayer Services Manager, Laurie Davies, reminds taxpayers that 2nd half property tax installment dea...Read More
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Carver County welcomes new Veterans Service Officer Dan Tengwall, who took his oath of office administered by Carver County Board Chairman Gayle Degler during the county board meeting on Sept. 2. “Dan has a lot of energy and passion for veterans,” Degler said. “Dan is a good fit at Carver Coun...Read More
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Motorists near Chanhassen started encountering a full closure and detour for both directions of Carver County Highway 61 at 6 a.m. Monday, July 28. Both directions of County Highway 61 will close to the east of Great Plains Boulevard at Bluff Creek as construction crews begin Phase 1 of the Southwes...Read More
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The Carver County Board of Commissioners held a special meeting on Friday, July 11, to discuss the temporary ordinance that is currently imposing slow-no wake restrictions across area lakes. Unfortunately for boat users of Lakes Waconia and Bavaria, the slow-no wake restrictions remain in place, but...Read More
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