Located in Hennepin County just eight miles west of Minneapolis, Minnetonka is a fully developed suburban community of just under 50,000 residents. Minnetonka is proud of its reputation as a city that preserves its natural resources—residents can enjoy 49 community parks, more than 81 miles of maintained sidewalks and trails and more than 1,000 acres of public open space, as well as natural scenery that includes mature trees, wetlands and prairies. While Minnetonka shares its name with the very popular Lake Minnetonka, the city of Minnetonka includes only one small bay of the lake – Gray’s Bay, which forms the headwaters of Minnehaha Creek.
Minnetonka is truly a special community, committed to open space, park land and wetland areas. Enjoy working in the natural setting of our city facilities with walking paths, ponds and creeks.
Exceptional services provided by exceptional people. That’s more than just a slogan for us—it’s why we chose a career in public service. Each and every day, we have an opportunity to make a difference in our community and in the lives of the citizens we serve. Committed to the employee-developed shared values, we promote a supportive work environment that encourages excellence, accountability, a customer focus and teamwork where employees are appreciated, respected and valued.
We are committed to organizational excellence. Minnetonka sets a high standard that others emulate; we live our shared values and try to do the right thing at the right time for the right reason. We focus on employee health and wellness through our “Health Rewards” program. We believe these are just a few of the reasons why Minnetonka is a great place to work. Learn more about our culture, including our shared values.
Employees receive a competitive salary and benefit package including a cafeteria benefit plan, PERA pension, MERIT pay program and education compensation plus other perks and benefits. Learn more about our benefits.
The city operates a public water and sewer utility, ice arena, fitness center, senior center, recycling program and recreation marina. These services are provided by quality staff, including 230 full- and part-time employees, 80 paid-on-call firefighters and 350 seasonal workers.