After the 13 inch rain in Waseca on Sept 21, Clear Lakes water lake level rose from 5.3 to 6.3 feet, which is the highest level recorded in recent history. Since the rain the level has dropped about 0.1 ft per day. In a lake of 650 acres, that equates to around 85 million gallons of water leaving the lake via the outlet each day.
Meeting Notice: Watershed Management Plan Kickoff; Wednesday, January 18 at 7pm in at the County East Annex. Kelly Hunt, our Waseca County Water Resource Specialist is leading the effort with the WLA to put together a long term watershed management plan.
The purpose of Waseca Lakes Association shall be to improve and maintain the water quality
of the Waseca lakes and adjoining watershed for all users. The group will be organized as
a non-profit organization to promote involvement and input from all watershed residents,
interested persons and organizations through communication, action, and education.