Shared Equipment

for central Minnesota communities

Use of this equipment is limited to eligible members in Sourcewell's five-county service area

Access equipment for free or reduced cost

Does your community have a need for extra speed enforcement? Or maybe it’s time to assess the sewer lines running through your neighborhoods? You’re in luck.

Area communities have purchased a variety of equipment with help from Sourcewell Impact Funding dollars, which your community has access to for free or at minimal cost.

  • Speed signs

    Slow down speeders coming through your community with radar speed signs that alert drivers of their current speed.

    For additional information contact:
    Eric Hanneken, City of Pierz or 320-630-1510

  • Sewer camera

    Visually inspect sewer lines and difficult-to-reach pipes with this portable, waterproof camera snake.

    For additional information contact:
    Greg Kimman, City of Little Falls or 320-616-5500

  • Laser shot simulator

    Safely providing law enforcement officers the opportunity to participate in realistic live-fire scenarios using lasers.

    For additional information contact:
    Paul Sand

  • Drone

    Seek out missing persons, fleeing assailants, and more with access to an aerial drone piloted by certified law enforcement officers.

    For additional information contact:
    John Bowen, Crow Wing County or 218-825-3445

  • Mobile Command trailer

    Centralize communications during crisis events and natural disasters with a fully equipped command center on wheels.

    For additional information contact:
    Victoria Ingram, Morrison County or 320-632-0195

  • Toward Zero Deaths resources

    Educate youth and community members on the hazards of risky driving behavior with experiential resources such as "The Enforcer".

    For additional information contact:
    Connie Hillman, City of Brainerd or 218-828-2307
    Tom Nixon, MNDOT TZD Regional Coordinator or 218-828-5830

  • Dewatering equipment

    Remove or drain standing water from a construction or repair site, or during replacement of water or sewer mains.

    For additional information contact:
    Chris Korwes, City of Pillager or 218-270-0051
    Jan Loftis, City of Pillager or 218-746-3322

    For an after-hours emergency contact:
    Jan Loftis, City of Pillager

  • Vacuum trailer

    Remove pollutants from storm water catch basins and storm scepters. Other uses include sanitary sewer maintenance, hydro excavating, valve exercising, and using software to track valves and locations.

    For additional information contact:
    Mike Ridlon, City of Walker or 218-547-5504 


For information on and availability of specific equipment, please reach out using the contact information provided above.

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