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City of Minnetonka

Average Commute to Minneapolis: 20 minutes
Average Commute to St. Paul: 30 minutes
Average Commute to Airport: 20 minutes

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Minnetonka Community Information

County: Hennepin
Population: 50,081 (2008)
Median Income: $84,237
Chamber of Commerce: Twin West Chamber
Hospitals: Methodist
School District(s):  Hopkins (270),, 952-988-4000,   Minnetonka (276),, 952-401-5000,   Wayzata (284),, 763-745-5000

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  Xcel Energy,, (800) 895-4999
  Centerpoint Energy,, (800) 245-2377
  Qwest Communications,, (800) 244-1111
  Time Warner Cable,, (612) 522-2000
  City of Minnetonka,, (952) 939-8255

About the Community of Minnetonka

While statistics show that Minnetonka, located on the border of Lake Minnetonka, is somewhat larger and more developed than some of the Twin Cities' suburbs, the state's 14th largest city still seems cozy and quaint. It is one of the metro area's older suburbs, and as a result homes have a great deal of character--and where there's lakeshore, opulence. Neighborhoods are heavily wooded, thanks to Minnetonka's dedication to preserving the natural landscape. Minnetonka is home to a number of single and multiple family residential dwellings with commercial, office, and industrial development.

Minnetonka Parks & Recreation

Minnetonka is proud of its reputation as a city that preserves it natural resources – residents can enjoy 42 community parks, more than 40 miles of trails and more than 1,000 acres of public open space, as well as natural scenery that includes mature trees, wetlands and prairies.
Minnetonka has miles of running, biking and walking trails. These trails are part of the 40-mile Loop Trail Corridor System which has been planned, developed and maintained by the City. Over three-fourths of the system has been constructed. Most trails are maintained throughout the year.
Pocket maps of the trail system are available at city hall or by calling the city’s trail hotline at 952.93.TRAIL (952.938.7245).

Hopkins-Minnetonka Joint Recreation division offers recreation programming for the approximately 70,000 residents of Hopkins and Minnetonka, providing programs and leagues for about 45 activities at more than 50 sites. The Joint Recreation division also manages outdoor skating rinks at 14 sites and playground programs throughout both Hopkins and Minnetonka.
To learn more about current and upcoming activities offerred by Hopkins-Minnetonka Recreation Services, please take a look at our current recreation brochure, published three times per year and mailed to all area residents in March, July, and December. The brochures is also available at local libraries and community education offices.

•Arts Center on 7
•Beach Locations
•Community Center
•Ice Arena
•Lindbergh Center
•Outdoor Ice Rinks
•Picnic Shelters
•Williston Fitness Center
•St. Louis Park Outdoor Aquatic Center

Community Center:
The Minnetonka Community Center provides meeting and banquet facilities for groups up to 250 people. The Community Center serves as the location of the City’s Senior Citizen Program and is also available for general community use. The facility contains several meeting, conference, and craft room areas and two “special use” areas—the Council Chambers and the Dining/Community Room.

•Burwell Art Fair
•Music in the Park




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