Community Profiles

St. Paul

St. Paul

Saint Paul (abbreviated St. Paul) is the capital and second-most populous city of the U.S. state of Minnesota. The city’s population at the 2010 census was 285,068. Saint Paul is the county seat of Ramsey County, the smallest and most densely populated county in Minnesota.... Details

St. Paul Neighborhoods

St. Paul is noted for its neighborhoods. The city has been called “fifteen small towns with one mayor”, owing to the neighborhood-based life of much of the city. Saint Paul is partially governed by not fifteen but seventeen City Districts. Some City District boundaries... Details

St. Paul-Battle Creek

St. Paul-Battle Creek

Battle Creek is a neighborhood on the southeast side of the city, overlooking the Mississippi River and Downtown Saint Paul. Traditionally a bedroom community for 3M. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Information is reliable, but not guaranteed. Community Links: City of... Details

St. Paul-Como Park

St. Paul-Como Park

Como Park is a neighborhood situated around Lake Como. The Como Park neighborhood has many recreational facilities, including a golf course, bike path, various open fields, a pavilion, a municipal pool, and the Como Zoo, one of two zoos in the Twin Cities (the other being the... Details

St. Paul-Dayton’s Bluff

St. Paul-Dayton’s Bluff

Dayton’s Bluff  is a neighborhood on the east side of the Mississippi in the southeast part of Saint Paul. It has a residential district on an elevated plateau bounded by the ridges of the Mississippi River Valley. The name of Dayton’s Bluff commemorates Lyman Dayton... Details

St. Paul-Downtown

St. Paul-Downtown

Downtown Saint Paul is the 17th District Council (CapitolRiver Council) and is home to Xcel Energy Center, home of the Minnesota Wild hockey team, Galtier Plaza across from Mears Park, McNally Smith College of Music, Minnesota Swarm, and Wells Fargo Place. Downtown Saint Paul... Details

St. Paul-Greater Eastside

St. Paul-Greater Eastside

The Greater East Side is among the city’s largest and most populous city districts — a grouping of largely middle-class areas, among them the Hillcrest, Hazel Park, Hayden Heights, Ames Lake, and Phalen Village neighborhoods — which bordered on (and traditionally supplied... Details

St. Paul-Highland Park

St. Paul-Highland Park

Highland Park is a neighborhood in the southwestern corner of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Also known as Highland District Council (District 15), it lies along the Mississippi river across from Fort Snelling and the Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport. According to the 2000... Details

St. Paul-How to Use Zip Codes to Search a Specific Neighborhood

If you would like to narrow your search of St. Paul homes to a specific neighborhood try using our search by zip code feature.  You can access this option through our Quick, Basic, or Advanced Searches by choosing “Select by Zipcode”.   Some neighborhoods in St. Paul have... Details

St. Paul-Macalester-Groveland

St. Paul-Macalester-Groveland

Macalester-Groveland  is the neighborhood surrounding two post-secondary institutions, Macalester College and the University of Saint Thomas. The neighborhood’s western border is formed by the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, a public park with walking and... Details

St. Paul-Midway

St. Paul-Midway

Midway is a neighborhood which derives its name from being midway between the downtowns of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The Midway neighborhood includes the Twin Cities only passenger rail terminal Midway (Amtrak station), Hamline University, as well as “Midway Center”,... Details

St. Paul-St. Anthony Park

St. Paul-St. Anthony Park

St. Anthony Park is a neighborhood in northwest Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is adjacent to the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul Campus (in Falcon Heights), bordering Southeast Minneapolis on the west, the Minnesota State Fairgrounds on the east (in Falcon Heights), and... Details

St. Paul-Summit Hill and Crocus Hill

St. Paul-Summit Hill and Crocus Hill

The Summit Hill neighborhood is roughly centered around the section of Summit Avenue between Dale Street and John Ireland Boulevard. “Crocus Hill” is the neighborhood adjacent to Summit Hill, and is bounded on the north by Summit Avenue and on the east by “Grand... Details

St. Paul-Summit-University

St. Paul-Summit-University

Summit-University is a neighborhood in Saint Paul, Minnesota that stretches roughly from University Avenue in the North, Lexington Parkway to the West, Summit Avenue to the South and to the East along John Ireland Boulevard, Kellogg Boulevard and Marion Street.Summit-University,... Details

St. Paul-Thomas-Dale

St. Paul-Thomas-Dale

Built around University Avenue, Thomas-Dale is colloquially known as Frogtown. Historically, Frogtown was a section of the current Thomas-Dale neighborhood bordered by University Avenue on the south, Van Buren Avenue on the north, Dale Street on the west and Western Avenue on... Details

St. Paul-Union Park

St. Paul-Union Park

Union Park, created from the merger between former Merriam Park, Snelling Hamline, and Lexington-Hamline District Councils, is a residential neighborhood featuring a large stock of early 20th-century housing, boutique-dominated commercial strips on Selby, Cretin and Cleveland... Details

St. Paul-West Seventh

St. Paul-West Seventh

West Seventh is a neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota. This area is colloquially known as the West End, and is not to be confused with the West Side, a different neighborhood. The West End lies at the base of Summit Hill and along the western bluffs of the Mississippi River,... Details

St. Paul-West Side

St. Paul-West Side

The “West Side” neighborhood is actually in the eastern half of the city, to the south and across the Mississippi River from Downtown Saint Paul. It is called the West Side because it is on the west bank of the predominantly north-south river, adjacent to the suburban... Details

St.Paul-North End

St.Paul-North End

The North End is a blue-collar[ neighborhood built around the Rice Street corridor, a long, straight street that has many fast-food restaurants, bars and clubs. In the past, this neighborhood also housed junkyards and auto-wrecking lots. The state capitol building is at the southern... Details

St.Paul-Payne-Phalen

St.Paul-Payne-Phalen

The Payne-Phalen city district includes the Railroad Island, Phalen Park, Rivoli Bluff, Vento, Wheelock Park, and Williams Hill neighborhoods, and ranges from a blue-collar area to the south to a middle-class area north of Maryland Avenue, including upscale real estate around... Details

Stillwater

Stillwater

Stillwater is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, directly across the St. Croix River from the state of Wisconsin. The population was 18,225 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Washington County.  Stillwater is part of the Twin Cities Metro Area. From Wikipedia,... Details

Vadnais Heights

Vadnais Heights

Vadnais Heights is a city in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 12,302 at the 2010 census. White Bear Lake Area Public Schools (ISD 624) serves the majority of the area of Vadnais Heights, with the exception of the northwestern portion of the city served... Details

Wayzata

Wayzata

Wayzata is a city on Lake Minnetonka in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States, a western suburb of Minneapolis. Wayzata came into existence in the center of Chief Shakopee’s Indian village. The population was 3,688 at the 2010 census. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.... Details

White Bear Lake

White Bear Lake

White Bear Lake is a city in Ramsey and Washington counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 23,797 at the 2010 census. The city is located on White Bear Lake, one of the largest lakes in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.... Details

Woodbury

Woodbury

Woodbury is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States, and is a suburb of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. It is situated east of Saint Paul along Interstate 94. The population was 61,961 at the 2010 census. The city is the 10th largest in the state, according to... Details

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