It takes a Community to Protect Our Precious Natural Resources

As a non-profit organization formed to oversee the well-being of natural resource, Lake Osakis, we work with several individuals, organizations, and public entities. One of our goals is to be an active public resource for lakeshore owners, residents, and visitors seeking to enjoy Lake Osakis. We encourage you to contact us or any of the below resources when it comes to questions or concerns about Lake Osakis or any other area source.

MEMBERSHIP

(Annual membership is June 1st through May 31)

Osakis Lake Association Board Meetings

Meetings are held the Third Monday of each month  6:00 pm (CST) at the Osakis VFW.  The first 15 minutes of every meeting is open to the Osakis Lake Association members for comment and questions.

Lakeshore Resources

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MN-DNR)

  • Conservation Officer Znajda: 320-766-3998
  • Glenwood Fisheries Office: 320-634-7321
  • Turn in Poachers Hotline: 1-800-652-9093

Todd County

  • Commissioner Randy Neuman: 320-859-5970
  • Soil & Water, Planning & Zoning: 320-732-2644
  • Ditch/ Agriculture Inspector: 320-533-4651

Osakis Lake Association Board Meetings

Meetings are held the Third Monday of each month  6:00 pm (CST) at the Osakis VFW.  The first 15 minutes of every meeting is open to the public for comment and questions.

Douglas County

  • Commissioner Jerry Rapp: 320-852-6999
  • Land & Resource Management: 320-762-3863
  • Ditch/ Agriculture Inspector: 320-352-2231

Other Resources

  • Sauk River Watershed District: 320-352-2231
  • Osakis City Hall: 320-859-2150
  • Douglas County Sheriff: 320-762-8151
  • Todd County Sheriff: 320-732-2157
  • Osakis City Police: 320-859-2550
  • MN Board of Water & Soil: 218-828-2383
  • MN Pollution Control Agency: 218-828-2492
  • DNR Permitting Aquatic Plant Management www.dnr.state.MNus/permits/index
  • Lake Restoration: 877-428-8898   Commercial Applicator www.lakerestoration.com
  • Plant ID app  (identify lake weed) Do plant ID apps work for aquatic plants? | UMN Extension