Serves as the Townships statutory Clerk and Treasurer. Performs administrative and financial duties for the Township, including election administration. This position performs complex work planning, is responsible for organizing, directing, and coordinating Township government operations under administrative oversight of the Laketown Township Board. 

 Desirable qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with coursework in finance, accounting, public administration, business, or equivalent Municipal Clerk/public sector work experience. 


Flexible 32-40 hour weekly work schedule with ability to home office. Competitive wage and benefits commensurate with experience starting at $26.00/hr. 

See full job description here LINK - Clerk/Treasurer Job Description


On October 25, 2021, Carver County Public Health will open a FREE COVID-19 testing site at the Lake Waconia Event Center.   COVID-19 testing will be available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  There is NO COST for the COVID-19 saliva tests at this site. You will NOT be asked to show ID or health insurance information. 

The County will begin an asphalt overlay on Laketown Road, after the Labor Day weekend.  

2021 ANNUAL MEETING continued
The recessed meeting will continue on Thursday, August 19, 2021 @ 7pm.  Residents of Laketown Township are invited to attend the in-person Annual meeting at the Laketown Town Hall, 9530 Laketown Road, Chaska, MN. 


Click on the following link:  County Updates from the Commissioner

Carver County 2040 Comprehensive Plan
On February 4, 2020 the Carver County Board of Commissioners adopted Carver County’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan. The plan is now in effect, and available for viewing online at

County Hwy 10 Corridor Study

Carver County, in collaboration with MnDOT, Chaska, Victoria, Waconia, and Laketown Township, is working to identify transportation system improvements on Highway 10 from Highway 43 in western Laketown Township to Highway 61 in the City of Chaska. Highway 10 is an important roadway in Carver County providing connections to multiple communities and accommodating vehicle, pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and freight alike. Click HERE for more information

Plowing Snow Across Roadways
The Laketown Township Board would like to remind you that it is against the law to deposit snow in any fashion onto or across a public roadway.

Minnesota Statute 160.2715 prohibits the plowing, blowing, shoveling or otherwise placing of snow from sidewalks, driveways and parking lots onto or across public roads into the right-of-way ( in general 33 feet from the center of the road).

Snow dumped, plowed or shoveled onto a road or road right-of-way can create a hazard for both motorists and snowplows.  Snowplows have been damaged by hitting compacted snow.  Please ensure that snow from your property or equipment is not pushed or dumped onto the right-of-way.  You can be fined for leaving snow on a township road or right-of-way.