Your Government

Minnetonka is governed by a city council, with the mayor presiding over meetings. A variety of boards and commissions support and advise the city council. The city manager oversees day-to-day city operations, executing the decisions of the city council through the city’s departments and staff. The city code of ordinances is the codification of the decisions councils have made over the years about how the city should be run.

Every effort is made to make these decisions open to the public: this is your government. A number of resources are available to help you understand how the city is governed, what decisions are being made, and how you can participate in that process.

Meetings

Find information about upcoming meetings of the city council and boards and commissions, including meeting times, locations and agendas. For meetings that have already taken place, meeting summaries and minutes are usually available, and videostreaming is now available online for some meetings as well. Learn more about meetings.

Who represents me?

Want to learn more about the mayor and the members of the city council? Looking for information about your representatives at the county, state, and federal level? Those details are available here. If you ever wanted to find a map of your ward, legislative district, senate district, school district, or congressional district, you can find those here as well. Learn more about who represents you.

City council

Find more details on how the city council makes decisions for Minnetonka. You can also find information on city council procedures that allow you to participate in that decision-making process. Learn more about the city council.

Boards and commissions

Learn about the various groups that advise the city council, including the planning commission, park board, economic development authority, and more. You can also find information about the members and staff liaisons for many of the boards and commissions. Learn more about the boards and commissions.

Departments

Information about the city manager and assistant city manager are available here, as well as links to departments and staff. Learn more about departments.

City code

Access the online version of the city code as well as the city charter. Learn more about the city code.

Contacts and locations

Want to find city hall or other city facilities? Not sure what hours those facilities are open? Looking to contact members of the city council or somebody in a department? All those resources are available here, including an online request system to submit your concerns to the appropriate people within the city. Learn more about contacts and locations.