Moving Lakeville Forward

Practical Ideas

For a city to serve its community, government should be easily accessible for all residents.  Elected officials should strive for transparency.  Investments in infrastructure should be critically evaluated to ensure taxpayer dollars are well-spent.

Moving Lakeville Forward

Using his experience on the Dakota County Planning Commission, Luke will help Lakeville transition from its strong tradition of citizenship to a future with connected and thriving communities.  Lakeville should be a place that supports families as they raise their children, as well as help seniors stay in the community throughout retirement.

Community Ties

Luke spent his childhood in Lakeville. He attended Lake Marion Elementary, Kenwood Trail Junior High, and Lakeville High School.  He served the schools as an activities leader and a volunteer on district committees.

Luke Hellier currently serves on the Dakota County Planning Commission and ISD194 Long-Term Facilities Planning Committee.  Luke and his wife Josi live near Crystal Lake with their daughters Betty and Annie.

Community involvement:

  • Former Director for Lakeville Youth in Government (2006-2016)
  • Dakota County Planning Commission (2015-)
  • Long Term Facilities Planning Committee (2016-)
  • Member of Family of Christ Lutheran Church


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