Chaska/ Our Communities

The City of Chaska sits in the Minnesota River valley, in the rapidly-growing southwest Twin Cities metro area. Chaska was for many years a prolific producer of bricks made from local clay. More recently, major industry in Chaska has shifted to technology and biomedical companies. Whereas the major employers in the 1960s included Crystal Sugar, Klein Brickyard and Gedney Pickle, top employers today include technology firms Entegris and FSI, along with biomedical firms Lake Region, Lifecore Biomedical and Beckman Coulter. In 1992, Chaska and seven other cities joined together to form MMPA. Chaska is home to the Minnesota River Station.


Chaska Municipal Services

Population:

24,100

Address:

660 Victoria Drive
Chaska, MN 55318

Maintenance Headquarters:

(952) 448-4335

Evening & Weekend Emergencies:

(952) 448-4335

City Hall:

(952) 448-9200

Websites:

Services for Utility Customers:

The Chaska Electric Department invites residential customers to participate in these programs:

Residential Rebates

Rebates are offered for energy efficient products including refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, clothes washers, compact fluorescent bulbs, LED bulbs, central air conditioners, air-source heat pumps and more. Rebate amounts vary. For more information, contact the Chaska Electric Department at (952) 448-4335.

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The Chaska Electric Department invites business customers to participate in these programs:

Commercial & Industrial Rebates

Rebates are offered for customers who install high efficiency lighting, cooling, variable speed drives and more. In addition, custom rebates are also available.  For more information, contact the Chaska Electric Department at (952) 448-4335.

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Green Power Choice

Green Power Choice is a voluntary program offered to MMPA customers. The program currently offers Hydropower and Wind Power purchased from the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency.

Why Purchase Green Power?

By purchasing green power you support increased reliance on sustainable energy sources, thereby reducing the burning of fossil fuels. Unlike fossil fuels, power generated from sustainable energy sources does not produce harmful emissions. Sustainable energy sources like water and wind are replaced naturally in the environment.

How Does it Work?

Hydropower and wind power are offered in blocks of 100 kilowatt hours for $1.75 per block. You can choose to purchase any combination of wind or hydro blocks. Signing up is easy! Simply fill out the participation form included in your monthly bill.

Green Power Choice Participation Form