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Located 15 miles northeast of St. Paul in Washington and Ramsey counties, Birchwood Village is a quiet town with a friendly community. Birchwood is home to 878 residents, 350 households, and 260 families. Situated on White Bear Lake, Birchwood is a popular place in the summer for boating and other outdoor activities. The village of Birchwood… Read more »

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The Village of Birchwood is home to 3 parks available to all residents. Birchwood’s parks offer residents the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery around the village as well as numerous outdoor activities. Tighe-Schmitz Park: Located in the southeast corner of the village and offers numerous activities for residents to enjoy. The park is open year… Read more »

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Located on the western edge of Washington County, Birchwood Village, Minnesota, is a small city with a population nearing 900 residents. Established as a community of summer recreation cottages, which was a vacation spot for wealthier St. Paul residents, Birchwood Village eventually became classified as a village in 1921. Over time, it began to adopt… Read more »

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The city of Gem Lake, Minnesota belongs to the White Bear Area Schools District (ISD 624). A large district serving all or parts of Birchwood, Gem Lake, Hugo, Lino Lakes, Little Canada, Maplewood, North Oaks, Vadnais Heights, White Bear Lake, and White Bear Township, the White Bear Area Schools District includes four Early Childhood program… Read more »

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Seward, a neighborhood in the Longfellow community, is bordered on the north by Interstate 94, and on the east by the Mississippi River. The neighborhood is named for William Seward, who was the secretary of state under Abraham Lincoln. Of the neighborhood’s 390 acres, half is residential and almost one-fifth is industrial. The industrial practices… Read more »

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