Clear Lake Township, Sherburne County, Minnesota
NOTICE: The 2020 Clear Lake City and Township Clean-Up Day event has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled this year.
Please look for Clean-Up Day announcements for next spring when our Clean-Up Day is scheduled for May 1, 2021.
Held every year on the first Saturday in May from 7:30 am - Noon. There is a disposal fee. Please bring cash or check made out to Clear Lake Township. Remember, illegal dumping of garbage costs money to the Township tax payers and poses a threat to the environment and public health.
Clear Lake Township Annual Clean Up Site is located on 72nd Street (North of the NFO Sales Barn off of Highway 10). From the City
of Clear Lake take Hwy 10 West to 70th Avenue. Turn North on 70th Avenue and go East on 72nd Street where site is located.
Does the first Saturday in May not work for you? Check out Central Appliance Recyclers located on Highway 10 between Clear Lake and St. Cloud: Central Appliance Recyclers
Compost and Yard Waste Facilities are located within Sherburne County. All residents of Sherburne County may use any of the four sites free of charge. Locations, driving directions and additional information can be found on the Sherburne County Website:
State and Federal elections are held every even year at the City of Clear Lake Hall. The primary is the first Tuesday after the second Monday in August and the general is the first Tuesday after first Monday in November. For information on how to register, vote absentee, vote overseas or find your polling place, please visit the Minnesota Secretary of State Website:
Elections judges are always needed. If you would like to be a poll worker, please visit the Minnesota Secretary of State Website:
Minnesota Secretary of State Election Judge Information for important information on how to be an election judge and contact Clear Lake Township via email for more information on dates and times.
Township elections are held on the second Tuesday of March each year in coordination with the township's annual meeting immediately following at the Clear Lake Township Hall. A town board of three supervisors, elected to staggered three-year terms on an annual basis, make up the governing body for Clear Lake Township.