The City of Mahtomedi's day-to-day activities are managed by a professional staff of 16 people who work in several city departments. The staff's responsibility is to provide quality public services to our customers and to implement City Council actions and policies. The City also contracts for a number of services through other units of government or private companies. This combination allows the City to provide the best possible services to our constituents at the lowest possible cost.
City Administrator Scott Neilson is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the city and for implementing the City Council's policies and actions.
The City of Mahtomedi contracts with Animal Control Services, Inc. for animal control services.
Together, we can protect our built and natural environments! This page is designed to provide information on environmental issues affecting Mahtomedi.
The Finance Department oversees the investments, payment of vendors, utility billing, budgeting, financial planning, debt management, and payroll duties.
Fire & Ambulance
The men and women of the Mahtomedi Fire Department welcome you to our website and hope it gives you a closer look at the fire, rescue and medical services we provide to the citizens we serve.
Parks & Recreation
The City of Mahtomedi offers a wonderful parks and trails system that provides recreational opportunities for residents and visitors with a variety of interests.
Planning, Zoning & Inspections
The City of Mahtomedi is responsible for several development functions, including building inspections, code enforcement, and planning and zoning.
The Public Works Department is consists of seven staff members who are cross-trained to meet a variety of maintenance needs.
Police - Washington County Sheriff's Office
The Washington County Sheriff's Office provides police services to all of the cities and townships in the county that do not have their own police department.
Find information about transportation services in and around Mahtomedi.
Sanitary sewer, storm sewer, recycling and water bills are mailed to residents and businesses quarterly.