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City of Blaine

 
   
 
Average Commute to Minneapolis: 25 minutes
Average Commute to St. Paul: 25 minutes
Average Commute to Airport: 35 minutes

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Blaine Community Information

County: Anoka
Population: 55,042 (2008)
Median Income: $71,826
Chamber of Commerce: Metro North Chamber of Commerce
Hospitals: Mercy
School District(s):  Anoka/Hennepin (11), www.anoka.k12.mn.us, 763-506-1000,   Centennial (12), www.centennial.k12.mn.us/, 763-792-6000,   Mounds View (621), www.moundsviewschools.org/, 651-621-6000,   Spring Lake Park (16), www.springlakeparkschools.org/, 763-785-5506

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Utilities
Electric:
  Xcel Energy, www.xcelenergy.com, (800) 895-4999
  Connexus Energy, www.connexusenergy.com, (763) 323-2600
Gas:
  Xcel Energy, www.xcelenergy.com, (800) 895-4999
  Centerpoint Energy, www.centerpointenergy.com, (800) 245-2377
Phone:
  Qwest Communications, www.qwest.com, (800) 244-1111
Cable:
  Comcast, www.comcast.com, (651) 222-3333
Water/Sewer:
  City of Blaine, www.ci.blaine.mn.us, 763-784-6700

About the Community of Blaine

Home to many quality schools, health care facilities, churches and unprecedented recreational opportunities, Blaine is an ideal place to call home.

With residential and business development thriving, the community’s amenities and potential are second to none. An abundance of mature neighborhoods and new developments are scattered throughout town, offering a range of housing types from starter homes to executive housing. And with the city’s tremendous residential growth – Blaine led the metro in home starts from 2002-2005 – finding your dream home could not be easier.

From a transportation standpoint, Blaine’s quick and easy access to the entirety of the metropolitan area via major highways has been a boon to business and residential development.

Take a peek around Blaine today and discover what this emerging and vibrant community has to offer.


Blaine Parks and Recreation

With more than 60 parks and 70 miles of trails and sidewalks, Blaine offers the opportunity for countless recreational outdoor activities for residents of all ages. From playgrounds to baseball fields, to biking, hiking or running, Blaine’s neighborhood parks and trail system allow for a multitude of recreational activities.

Special Events:
Blaine provides many opportunities for the community to enjoy music, seasonal special events and other artistic performances. Concerts are presented monthly during the school year and weekly during the summer. Families may attend events such as the Barnyard Boogie, Winter Holiday Celebration and Family Fun Night. Events are always listed on the Parks and Recreation website.

Blaine National Sports Center:
As one of the finest and largest amateur sports complexes in the world, the National Sports Center serves millions of people every year in several sports, including soccer, hockey, golf, cycling and track and field. With 52 regulation size soccer fields in one location, the NSC has been certified by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest soccer complex on earth.

 

 

 

 
 
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