Welcome to Scandia Valley Township
To reserve the hall and/or the park facilities, please contact Kathie Headley, Town Clerk, at 218-575-2847.
Scandia Valley Township is a small rural community located in the Northwest corner of Morrison County, Minnesota, roughly 20 miles northwest of Little Falls. The area was first settled in 1893, and Scandia Valley was officially organized as a township by the Morrison County Board of Commissioners in 1893.
Our residents enjoy the benefits of a rural lifestyle within the beautiful Lincoln Lakes Area. Larger area lakes include Lake Alexander, Lake Shamineau, and Fish Trap Lake. Area activities include fishing, hunting, camping, dining, antiques, resorts, crafts, golfing, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling with direct access to the Minnesota Trail System.
Notice to the Residents of Scandia Valley Township
Railroad Crossing Closure Public Hearing Notice
The Morrison County Board of Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, August 26th at 7:00 PM at the Scandia Valley Township Hall. The hearing is an opportunity for the public and members of the Scandia Valley Township Board to provide comments on the issue that Morrison County close the BNSF railroad grade crossing at County Road Number 200 (Aster Road) and revoke that portion of Aster Road that lies west of the BNSF mainline tracks to Scandia Valley Township, Morrison County, Minnesota. Anyone interested in providing input on this issue are urged to attend.
Minutes for the Board of Supervisors from 2011 onward are available here on the website. Previous years minutes must be obtained at the Town Hall.
Town Board Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at the Scandia Valley Town Hall at 7:00 p.m. Special meetings may be scheduled as needed and will be posted at the Town Hall and on this website. The annual meeting is the second Tuesday of March, which changes the date of the March regular meeting.
Several forms are available on our website, including the Refuse & Recycling calendar and the pricing and acceptable items list.