From the Mayor

This was originally published as a Treeways Article in 2017 by City Forester Jim Nayes, but ticks are bad this season, so this is a reminder. Preventing Tick Borne Diseases Ticks pass on diseases by biting people so checking for ticks after outside activity is a priority. A tick must be attached...

Don't forget a permit

Sunfish Lake requires permits for a variety of actitivites, home renovations, and property improvements. See Permits and Forms to learn more about the permit you need.

The City of Sunfish Lake does not have public works staff to perform maintenance and snow clearing of the city’s streets. Instead, the city contracts those services out. The contractor is Executive Contractor’s Inc., and the service is managed by City Engineer Jeff Sandberg. An email address has...
The West St. Paul Police department would like to remind the residents of Sunfish Lake to be mindful when it comes to door to door solicitors. Although many solicitors have good intentions, some do not and it’s not always easy to spot the con artist. Here are some tips that will help keep you safe...

Airplane noise bothering you?

Keep your eye on this section of SunfishLake.org for the latest information about Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC).

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the regularly scheduled meeting of the City of Sunfish

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The City of Sunfish Lake is unique in a lot of ways.  The large lots, rural feel,

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Are you interested in your local water resources? LMRWMO is Seeking Public Input.  See

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Many residents may not know that pumping from lakes and wetlands within the City requires a

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We are a small community proud of our heritage and committed to the preservation of our pristine, rural character. We cherish our privacy, yet know we are part of a thriving Dakota County and the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area. With these partnerships in mind, we strive to preserve that unique spirit which is Sunfish Lake, Minnesota.