Dan Kalmon, AICP

Planning Principal Job Duties Planning; Watershed Assessment; MWMO Watershed Management Plan; Project Planning
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April, 2004

Previous Employer(s)

Washington Conservation District


Master of Urban and Regional Planning — Water Resources, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities


Dan Kalmon is the MWMO’s Planning Principal and has worked with water resources in the Twin Cities Metro Area since 1997. His work includes leading the watershed’s 10-year plan update, working with cities and developers from concept planning through 60-percent design of capital projects, investigating the potential for closed loop district infrastructure systems, co-writing and managing legal agreements that operationalize systems-based redevelopment, and serving as interim administrator of the Towerside District Stormwater System. He holds a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning with a Water Resource Specialization from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

Dan Kalmon, AICP's Latest Posts

Participants at a master planning workshop for the University Avenue Innovation District in April 2016.
April 21, 2016

Why We’re Building a Greener Fourth Street

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