The city of Hanover, Minnesota is one of the cities residing on the border of Hennepin County. As such, part of the city is in Hennepin County whereas another section is in Wright County. Home to close to 3,000 residents, Hanover is one of many small cities that dot the landscape northwest of the Twin Cities metro area. With a land area of 5.59 square miles, Hanover embodies a rural, small-town feel. The community within the city is very active and residents enjoy the open space and peaceful lifestyle that the city provides.
The major road running through Hanover is County Road 19 which connects with State Highway 55 to the south or, eventually, Interstate 94 to the east. In addition to connecting the community to its small, neighboring cities, these roads give Hanover residents access to the Twin Cities metro area. Hanover is just 28 miles from Minneapolis and the wealth of amenities that the big city offers. If Hanover’s residents are seeking greater variety when it comes to dining, shopping, entertainment, parks, or employment, Minneapolis and the surrounding suburban employment cities are just a short drive away.
Hanover’s balance of a peaceful, rural setting mixed with the conveniences located in the nearby metro area, make life in this city truly majestic. Please check out our supporting articles on community life, schools, parks, and history to learn more information about living in this community.
If you have any questions regarding the city of Hanover, Minnesota, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit Twin Cities Property Finder or call 1-800-909-1953.