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Watertown, Minnesota is a suburb that is located in Carver County. This western metro city is forty minutes from downtown Minneapolis. Its current population is around 4,300 residents. The area covers about 2.5-square miles. Watertown takes great pride in it’s location on the Crow River and it’s inclusion along the Luce Line Trail and Orchard…. Read more »

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With a population of close to 4,300, the city of Watertown, Minnesota has a quiet, small-town community. Despite its small size, Watertown offers its residents a number of community events and amenities throughout the year. Watertown’s community is best defined by the following events, organizations, and amenities: The Rails to Trails event is Watertown’s most… Read more »

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The city of Watertown, Minnesota prides itself on its wonderful outdoor amenities. A western city in the Twin Cities metro area, Watertown lies on the Crow River and is known for being one of the cities that the famous Luce Line Trail runs through. Luce Line Trail: What was once a railroad line that transported… Read more »

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In 1851, the area of Carver County was opened up to settlers through the Mendota Treaty. The rivers and lake provided the best places for locals to live, as they served as arteries that allowed access to other towns. The area of Watertown was almost entirely wooded. In 1856, a small group of settlers found… Read more »

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The schools in Watertown, Minnesota are located in the Watertown-Mayer Public Schools District, or school district 111. This district enrolls about 1,500 students each year. The district as a whole was ranked in the top fifty of all of Minnesota’s 415 school districts by SchoolDigger.com. The district’s mission is to create an environment where each… Read more »

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