City Hall Pond

Location: Inver Grove Heights, 80th Street and Highway 52, Behind the Community Center and City Offices

Species present: Bluegill, Black Crappie, White Sucker, Bullhead

City Hall Pond.

Depth: 15 feet

Size: 13.5 acres

Recent fish stocking

Wheelchair access: Fair, walking path is near the water if the water level is up, otherwise it is a soft approach through dirt.

MTC bus: Route 68 and 71

Park entrance fee: No

Restrooms: No

Parking: Excellent

Picnic: No

Grills: No

Playground: Yes, and the Grove Community Center is located on grounds.

Other activities: Indoor water park, loaner fishing poles, skate park, walking path

Agency: City of Inver Grove Heights, Parks and Recreation Department (651) 450-2585

Fishing pier: No

location map for City Hall

Comments: This small lake has been managed by the FiN Program for sunfish over the years and in 2021 was stocked with Walleye fry to be used as a rearing pond. DNR Fisheries will return in the fall to harvest out Walleye fingerlings to stock other lakes. The Walleye that remain should be catchable size by the winter of 2022.

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