Lotus Lake Conservation Alliance
Committed to protecting and improving Lotus Lake and surrounding wetland areas
The Lotus Lake Conservation Alliance is dedicated to protecting and improving Lotus Lake in Chanhassen, Minnesota. By protecting and working with partners to enhance Lotus Lake and the surrounding waterways, the resource will be cleaner, safer and a more valued asset to anyone that enjoys the water including when fishing, swimming, boating, skiing or just taking in the view.
Our primary focus is to proactively aid efforts keeping Aquatic Invasive Species out of Lotus Lake while educating the community. Anyone who shares an interest in working with our local community or enjoys the Lotus Lake resources are welcome to join.
Membership donations for the 2021 boating season have been reduced!
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$35 Association/Access Contribution
$150 Lake Shore Owner Contribution
Feeling generous? Contribute any donation amount here!
LLCA Annual Member Meeting
Thursday, October 14th
Carver County Library
Join us at the Annual Membership meeting to review progress over the last year, learn what's planned for the year ahead and vote for directors. We will be in the Wilder Room at the Chanhassen Library (Carver County Library- Chanhassen). Masks are strongly encouraged.
This is an in-person event. We are also exploring a virtual option based on the library's capability to support. More details TBD.
While all are welcome, only current members (those who have made their LLCA contributions in 2021) are eligible to vote. To contribute for the 2021 season, use the buttons to the right!
Board Member Elections Information
At the Annual Meeting, an election is held to fill LLCA Board vacancies and elect members to the board. Quick facts:
How many years are board terms? 3
How many board seats are there? 11*
How many members serving presently? 10
Board Members with expiring terms in 2021? 4
While voting will take place at the Annual Meeting, candidates and members will be notified of the election results the week of Oct 18th.
* LLCA bylaws state that there may be no less than 5 and no more than 11 directors