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Brooklyn Center, Minnesota is a city of close to 31,000 residents. It’s large size and location near Minneapolis give it a dynamic and powerful community. Within the city, residents are given access to numerous events, amenities, and businesses, all of which add to the community. Some of the most notable include the following. When it… Read more »

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The city of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota is home to 23 different parks as well as a number of trails. Located north of Minneapolis, Brooklyn Center makes an effort to provide outdoor space for its inhabitants. With numerous amenities, the parks of Brooklyn Center play an important role in the community. Some of the most notable… Read more »

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The area known today as Brooklyn Center, Minnesota was originally owned by the government, and was not made public for residential use until after the treaty with the Dakota Indians had been set in place. This treaty allowed settlers to make their homes in the land that once belong to the Native Americans.  In the… Read more »

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Brooklyn Center Community Schools (district 286) prides itself in providing excellent academics to students in pre-k through 12th grade. A small district with big opportunities, this district provides students a wide range of academic options that nurture their unique strengths and interests, including the prestigious International Baccalaureate program and arts magnet programs. The district’s mission… Read more »

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As one of the “USA Tree City” recipients, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota is nationally recognized for its parks system. The city is home to 47 miles of trails, and 67 award-winning parks that encompass over 1,700 acres. Residents of Brooklyn Park have an abundance of outdoor amenities to enjoy. With so many options available, there are… Read more »

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“This is Paradise,” Pierre Bottineau exclaimed, he took a look at the beautiful prairie and woods before him. Pierre was a man that was traveling through the area from North Dakota, and he was one of the first people besides the Native Americans to visit the location of Brooklyn Township. After he had visited and… Read more »

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