ESHA Annual Meeting

Mark your calendars, the annual meeting for the Evergreen Shores Homeowners Association will be on May 20th @ 7:30pm @ the Shoreview Community Center. The agenda will be shared once we get closer to the date. Hope to see you there!

ESHA Board

Spring Clean-up Day 1

Earlier today we had the first of our two day spring clean-up. We had a great turnout of volunteers and got rid of 12 trailer loads of brush, sticks and debris.

Next Sunday, May 5th, from Noon to 4pm we’ll be cleaning up along Sherwood Road. Please consider coming out and helping!

A huge thanks to the volunteers today: Pete Panos, John Olstad, Aiden and Aric Bandy, Marie Cuhlane, Bob Zieglee, Ben Ziegler, Henry Artisensi, Jayme Artisensi, Tom Besinen, Gary Verke, Xi-Aolin Cai, and Jenny Elton!


Notice sent out from the City of Shoreview:

Storm drains in Shoreview drain to our local lakes. A new program, Adopt-a-Drain, asks residents to adopt a drain in their neighborhood and commit to keeping it clear of leaves and other debris to reduce water pollution.

Adopting a drain in your neighborhood is easy! Go to, enter your address and choose a drain near your home. Thousands of metro area residents are already signed up for this program that only recently became available in Shoreview!

How to adopt a drain
1. Sign up here:
Enter your street address to search for a storm drain
Choose your storm drain and give it a name
2. Keep your storm drain clear – Once you’ve adopted your drain, keep it clean by sweeping and raking up the debris after each rain or during leaf fall.

Adopt a Drain is a project of the City of Saint Paul, Hamline University, and Capitol Region Watershed District.

Safety comes first!
Please use caution when cleaning your drain. While we want to keep our streets and water clean, resident safety is the most important. Please use good sense and stay alert.

Thanks for caring about water in Shoreview!
City of Shoreview