The City of Roseville is a Ramsey County suburb of approximately 34,000 residents conveniently located off I-35W and Highway 36 in the northern section of the Twin Cities metropolitan area with easy access to most of the area’s major freeway systems including I-35E, I-35W, I-694, and Highway 280.

Less than a 10 minute commute to either of the Minneapolis and Saint Paul downtown areas. Roseville’s location means residents can easily take advantage of all the metropolitan area has to offer. Roseville is also home to one of the most successful indoor shopping malls in the Twin Cities, Rosedale, as well as many other businesses and large employers. The City provides a wide range of resident services such as its own police and fire departments, recreation department, a golf course, extensive park system and the Roseville Oval for ice activities and sports.

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Hugo is a city of 14,000 residents in northeastern Washington County. Although it has been a farming community for most of its history, in the 1990’s the development boom found Hugo as a place for housing development for young and growing families. Many new subdivisions are providing several types of housing choices ranging from townhomes, to starter homes and executive homes sites on large wooded lots. The City of Hugo has welcomed new development and has created a master plan with the best interests of its citizens in mind. Commercial properties are thoughtfully located within the center of the rapidly expanding residential neighborhoods.

And a new, highly respected, elementary school provides the focal point for young families and is under the operating umbrella of the White Bear School district.

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Mahtomedi is an historic community on the eastern shores of White Bear Lake, which served as network of small cabins and seasonal retreats during the early 1900’s. Many stories are told about the gangsters of the era finding hideouts in the older cabins to escape law enforcement from the central cities. In the 1920’s, a streetcar system connected the Wildwood Amusement Park on the shores of White Bear Lake to the residents of St. Paul. The park is no longer there and the tracks for the streetcars were removed decades ago to make way for the metro bus system.

The city today has over 8,000 residents and the older homes have been converted to year round use and the surrounding farms and forests have been developed into subdivisions of homes serving residents of all ages and family stages.The Mahtomedi School District operates schools of distinction and supports award winning teachers and high achieving student body. Recently several senior housing developments have been constructed as suitable sites have become available making Mahtomedi a town for all ages and interests.

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North Oaks

North Oaks is suburban community in northern Ramsey County which was established by the decedents of James J. Hill, the St. Paul lumber and railroad baron, from the land which was his experimental farm.   The first subdivisions for homes were established in the 1950’s and ‘60’s for construction of exclusive homes in a gated community. Although the gates are no longer at the entrances, the theme of exclusive homes on large wooded lots carries through today.

North Oaks is bordered by the cities of Shoreview, Vadnais Heights and White Bear Township in the northern tier of Ramsey County suburbs providing a wide array of supportive services and recreational opportunities.Two highly coveted school districts serve North Oaks students; award winning Mounds View Schools and the White Bear Lake District.

The North Oaks Homeowners Association provides most of the traditional municipal services related to road maintenance and parks management. While the City government provides police services under contract with the Ramsey County Sheriff’s office, fire protection with the Lake Johanna Volunteer Fire Department and planning and development regulation with private consultants.North Oaks is also known for it vital and active volunteer groups, such as the New Comers group and youth athletic associations.

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Richfield is a first ring suburb of Minneapolis, which for many decades provided a bedroom community to the central city.

However, recent incentives and redevelopment plans spearheaded by the City of Richfield has created a vibrant and exciting retail and entertainment hub including new apartments and housing alternatives to the suburban single family home.

The intersection of Lyndale Avenue and 66th Street has become the new “downtown” Richfield with a new LA Fitness, Lakewinds Food Cooperative, Von Hanson’s Meat Market, Firehouse Subs, Caribou Coffee and many other well-known retailers. New apartments and senior living residences support the renewed retail adjacent to the well-established Hub Shopping Center.

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Shoreview is a northern suburb of 25,000 residents sporting a natural setting of lakes and open spaces, involved residents, strong business community, and home to many national corporations. The City is fully developed with several types of housing options and incorporates retail, industrial and office buildings at strategic intersections throughout the residential areas providing a convenient and attractive place to live and raise a family. The award winning Mounds View School District is central to the success of this community.

Shoreview is within close proximity to both the downtowns of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, is easily accessible and served by Interstates 694, 35W and 35E along with major arterials of Snelling/Hamline Avenue, Lexington Avenue and Rice Street.

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