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  Ice Lake

Ice Lake (also known as Crystal) is a small, 16.6 hectare (41 acre) lake situated in the city of Grand Rapids, MN. The lake has a simple bowl-like morphometry with a maximum depth of about 16 m (~53 ft). The shoreline is almost entirely developed with houses on the north shore and city streets running along the south and west shore. The inlet to Ice Lake from McKinney Lake and the outlet to Hale Lake are on the far west end of the lake. The lake receives urban stormwater runoff from five storm sewers that discharge directly into its waters. All of the homes surrounding the lake are sewered. See the lake summary table for additional watershed and water quality information. See data summary-limnology overview for an overview of Ice Lake from 1998-1999.






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date last updated: Tuesday April 06 2004