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The City of Isle is a small resort community located on the southeast end of Mille Lacs Lake, only two hours north of Minneapolis.

Isle’s business district includes a medical clinic, retail stores and a full line of professional services. Isle is protected by a volunteer fire department & ambulance service, as well as it’s own police department.

A number of resorts and campgrounds welcome visitors each year. Mille Lacs Lake is known as one of the best walleye fishing lakes in the state of Minnesota and is perfect for sailing, water skiing and all kinds of other water activities. The Soo line recreational trail runs through the heart of Isle offering hiking/biking, ATVing and snowmobile recreation.

In addition, the city has completed construction on new restrooms at our “Isle Lake View Park’ located on the shores of Mille Lacs Lake. The park is open to the public and has picnic tables, a band shelter, swimming beach and fishing pier, all over looking spectacular Isle Bay.

City Hall Hours:  Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

City of Isle Recycling Program:
2nd & 4th Saturday of each month
9:00 am to 12:00 Noon
Adjacent to Drift Skippers building, across the street from Isle Building Supply
NOTICE: Leaving trash and/or recyclables when station is unattended is ILLEGAL, and punishable by fine.
Click to Know What You Can Recycle & Where

On January 8, 2013, City of Isle Mayor, Rod Schultz, on behalf of all of the people of our community, hereby proclaims 2013 as the 100th Anniversary observance of incorporation of the City of Isle.
Everyone is encouraged to join together in celebration and acknowledgement of this event!

City Clerk, Tammy Pfaff, Council Member, Linda Burch-Dahlen and City Engineer, Tim Korby met with legislators, including Sondra Erickson at the State Capital on February 27th  They lobbied for funding for several local projects,most importantly, the Malone Island/Isle sewer/water/bridge project.  Their hope is to get funding from a bill or from DNR Legacy funds to start the project this summer.
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