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City of Eagan

 
   
 
Average Commute to Minneapolis: 25 minutes
Average Commute to St. Paul: 20 minutes
Average Commute to Airport: 15 minutes

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Eagan Community Information

County: Dakota
Population: 63,985 (2008)
Median Income: $78,248
Hospitals: Fairview Ridges
School District(s):  Burnsville/Eagan/Savag (191), www.ci.burnsville.mn.us/index.aspx?NID=90, 952-707-2000,   Rosemount/Apple Valley (196), www.district196.org/, 651-423-7700,   West St. Paul (197), www.isd197.org/se3bin/clientschool.cgi?schoolname=school157, 651-403-7000

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Utilities
Electric:
  Xcel Energy, www.xcelenergy.com, (800) 895-4999
  Dakota Electric Association, www.dakotaelectric.com, (651) 463-6212
Gas:
  Centerpoint Energy, www.centerpointenergy.com, (800) 245-2377
Phone:
  Frontier Communications, www.frontieronline.com, (952) 435-1504
  Qwest Communications, www.qwest.com, (800) 244-1111
Cable:
  Comcast, www.comcast.com, (651) 222-3333
Water/Sewer:
  City of Eagan, www.cityofeagan.com, (651) 675-5030

About the Community of Eagan

Eagan provides its citizens a sense of community and is filled with a combination of lush wooded areas, beautiful rolling hills, lakes and ponds, as well as lovely residential areas and well planned commercial and industrial areas.

Eagan is a young and dynamic community. Incorporated in 1974 with a population of 17,000, Eagan has now grown to more than 67,500 residents, making it the eighth largest community in the state. Eagan was recently named the 12th "Best Place to Live" in the U.S. by MONEY Magazine.

Eagan is a popular location, in part because of its convenient access to employment, the airport, freeways and other Twin Cities conveniences. The City is committed to maintaining strict land use planning, preserving open space and park land and sustaining the quality of life our residents have come to expect and enjoy.


Eagan Parks & Recreation

The backbone of Eagan’s Park system is neighborhood parks located throughout the city. Most provide play structures,
paths, a ball field, hard surface play court, and the oportunity to simply enjoy open space. Others also contain skating rinks, small shelters, tennis courts and access to unique natural features.

Larger community parks and athletic complexes are available for those looking for a more active experience or those hoping to “get away from it all.” The athletic sites have highly manicured fields capable of hosting major tournaments while the community parks containamenities ranging from pavilions that accommodate 150 people, to winter tubing hills, to miles of paved trail, to fishing piers and a variety of special use facilities.

Recreation Programs
Thousands of children and adults participate in a wide variety of recreation programs each year. Programs range
from preschool, to adult sport and senior programs and
are held on fields and in facilities operated by Eagan
Parks and Recreation.

 

 

 

 
 
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