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City of Eagan Hydrology Map Books – Combined

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Plate 3 – Surficial geology: If rock is not exposed at the surface, this map depicts

the unconsolidated materials (soils)that are present, as well as their origins.

Plate 4 – Depth to bedrock and bedrock topography: If all the unconsolidated materials (soils) were stripped away, this map would represent the bedrock surface, including buried bedrock valleys. Colors indicate the approximate thickness of the unconsolidated materials (soils) cover over the 

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HyperLink: http://gis.co.dakota.mn.us/content/dakco/USNG/1KCityOrtho/Eagan.pdf 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

Contaminated Sites

In addition to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency statutes, rules and guidelines,

Dakota County ordinances may also apply to contaminated sites in the County. 

 

County Ordinance 110 – Solid Waste Management 

County Ordinance 111 – Hazardous Waste Regulation 

County Ordinance 113 – Subsurface Sewage Treatment Systems (Septic Systems)

County Ordinance 114 – Well and Water Supply Management

County Ordinance 132 – Dakota County Storm Drain System

If soil or groundwater contamination is identified on your property, contact the

Environmental Resources Department, 952-891-7000, for assistance and further information.

 

If buried solid waste is identified on your property, contact Environmental Resources Department – Waste Regulation Unit, 952-891-7557.

 

Last updated: 10/29/2016 6:57 AM

 


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