Important messages for today:
- Recent precipitation has caused Prior Lake to reach its Ordinary High Water level of 903.9 feet.
- Prior Lake is now under a slow no-wake restriction.
- Spring Lake is below its Ordinary High Water level of 912.8 and is NOT under slow no-wake restriction. Boaters are being asked to voluntarily travel at slow no-wake speeds.
- City Public Works staff has installed “Slow No-Wake” restriction signs at both public Prior Lake boat launches. The “Save Our Shores” signs remain at the Spring Lake public launch.
- Sandbags and sand are now available at the City Maintenance Facility.
Prior Lake has reached its Ordinary High Water (OHW) level of 903.9 feet. In accordance with City Code Section 703, Prior Lake is now under a high water slow no-wake restriction. During this restriction, no person shall operate a watercraft at greater than a slow no-wake speed on the entire surface of Prior Lake. Notice will also be posted on the City’s electronic sign boards. The slow no-wake restriction will be removed when water levels have subsided and have remained below 903.90 for 72 consecutive hours. Please visit www.cityofpriorlake.com/lake-flooding.php for more information and watch the City’s website for additional updates.View Full Article