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Address:
8583 Interlachen Road
Lake Shore, MN 56468

Telephone:
218-963-2148

FAX:
218-963-7562

Hours:
M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The City of Lake Shore, Minnesota, a city with 1,037 year round residents, grows to a population of nearly 3,000 during the summer months. For a map of our city, please click here.

One reason for this warm weather "population explosion" is the SEVEN enticing lakes within its boundaries. However, it is not just the beautiful scenery and lakeshore that attracts people to Lake Shore. It is the friendly people.

Our 18 square mile city is located in Cass County, 4 miles west of the intersection of Highway 371 and County Road 77 in Nisswa.

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For information on the CSAH 77 Improvement Project you can follow this link -

http://cass77project.com/

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County Road 77 and Trail Update:
As property owners may have noticed, work will begin April 7 on the Interlachen Road Project and Trail. Clearing of trees and brush will be done starting at the southern city limits. The tree and brush removal should be completed prior to June 1st. The road reconstruction portion of the project which includes new pavement, widening of the shoulders to 6 to 6.5 feet in width with a combination of rural shoulder and curb and gutter, an off road trail from Sandy Beach Road to the area of Sherwood Forest, and numerous improvements to drainage and runoff will begin later this summer. A reminder that all encroachments in the County/City right of way will need to be removed by the property owner prior to construction to allow the contractor to perform the necessary work in the corridor. These include plantings, fencing, signs, ornamental items, rock boulders for landscaping, etc. Existing mail boxes will be removed by the contractor at the time of construction and the mail box and post will be set at the property line for the property owner. The contractor will be installing new swing away mail box posts as part of the project. The property owner will be responsible to put their existing or new mail box on the new post provided. Mail delivery will be coordinated by the contractor with the US Post Office during construction. Questions relating to the tree and brush removal can be directed to Shannon Gwost, WSB Engineering at (320) 241-9330 or sgwost@wsbeng.com.


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