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Hopkins, Minnesota is a city of just over 18,000 residents. Its community is defined by the numerous amenities, events, and businesses that are located within its city borders. Hopkins is also closely associated with its neighboring city of Minnetonka, and many aspects of their respective communities are shared. The city of Hopkins has a number… Read more »

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The city of Hopkins, Minnesota manages 19 parks and open spaces for its residents. With both passive and active outdoor recreational options and a wealth of amenities, residents enjoy the outdoor recreation that Hopkins offers. Some of the most cherished parks include: Central Park: True to its name, Central Park is located near the center… Read more »

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Old Photo of Excelsior Avenue in Hopkins, Minnesota

In 1852, Hopkins, Minnesota was settled by its first European pioneers. However, the true beginning of Hopkins did not start until 35 years later when the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company was built and provided employment for almost all of the residents. Workers moved to the area just to find employment at this company, and the… Read more »

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Hopkins, Minnesota is in school district 270, also know as Hopkins School District. This award winning district serves a total number of 7,200 enrolled students. The district serves all of Hopkins, about half of Golden Valley, and portions of Eden Prairie, Edina, Plymouth, and St. Louis Park. Hopkins Public Schools offers tremendous education benefits in… Read more »

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The Southwest quadrant of St. Louis Park is bordered by Highways 100, 169, and County Rd 5/Minnetonka Blvd. The cities of Hopkins, Edina, and Minnetonka border the south and west of this community. This region consists of 13 neighborhoods including Cobblecrest, Minnehaha, Amhurst, Aquila, Oak Hill, Lenox, Sorensen, South Oak Hill, Elmwood, Meadowbrook, Brooklawns, Creekside,… Read more »

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