The City of Lake Shore City Hall is located at 8583 Interlachen Road, Lake Shore, MN 56468 and is open M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
All city meetings are held at City Hall.
City Hall houses the staff offices, council chambers, police department, and a fire truck is available for emergencies.
City Administrator/Planning and Zoning Administrator
Phone: 218-963-2148 x2
Phone: 218-963-2148 x1
Public Works / Part-time Maintenance
Phone: 218-963-2148 x4
Wastewater, Pequot Lakes Area Sanitary District
On Call: 218-515-0440
The Lake Shore Police Department wants to remind residents to report suspicious or unusual activity. With your help and action, we will continue keeping this community safe from crime. When you help the police department, you are helping yourself from becoming a victim of crime. If you see suspicious or unusual activity report it immediately by dialing 911. Even a five-minute delay in reporting can significantly reduce the likelihood of catching the criminal. Don’t hesitate to call if you think something may be wrong or out of place. Think about what could happen if you delay or don’t make the call.
Please click on any of the links below for information on Firearms / Handgun Permits. If you have any questions, please contact Chief Steve Sundstrom at the Lake Shore Police Dept at (218) 963-8073.
SEVERE WEATHER TIPS
Knowing what to do during severe weather and having a safety plan in place is crucial. View the National Weather Services Tornado Safety page for more tips to help stay safe.
USE OF BODY-WORN CAMERAS
The primary purpose of using body-worn-cameras (BWCs) is to capture evidence arising from police-citizen encounters. This policy sets forth guidelines governing the use of BWCs and administering the data that results. Compliance with these guidelines is mandatory, but it is recognized that officers must also attend to other primary duties and the safety of all concerned, sometimes in circumstances that are tense, uncertain, and rapidly evolving. Click below to view the entire body-worn camera policy.
HOUSE WATCH PROGRAM
House Watch is a program designed to provide peace of mind to Lake Shore residents while they are away from home for extended periods of time. Officers from the Lake Shore Police Department will physically check a resident’s home during an absence. Information provided makes it possible for Officers to contact them, or their designated key holder, in the event that the residence may need attention. The Lake Shore Police Department can not guarantee the safety of a resident’s home in their absence, but can provide additional security.
Note: The house watch program excludes apartments and/or condominiums.
To request a house watch , please fill out the online form at least 24 hours prior to leaving. If you need a last minute house watch, please call the Lake Shore Police Department at 218-963-8073. You may also go to the Lake Shore Police Department and fill out a house watch request in person.
By submitting this form, you agree and understand that the Lake Shore Police Department cannot keep my residence, business, or other property under surveillance 24 hours a day. Therefore, you absolve the Lake Shore Police Department of any responsibility and/or liability should my residence, business, or any other property be entered and a loss of or damage occurs.