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16-County Metro Area

A driving force for growth in Minnesota.

Anoka County

A perfect blend of urban amenities in a friendly, small town atmosphere. Strong business incentives and award-winning schools.

2014 population: 341, 864

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Carver County

20 miles southwest of Minneapolis; an industrial, manufacturing and bioscience hub with rural character.

2014 population: 97,338

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Chisago County

Home to nearly 100 manufacturers and 85 health and care facilities, Chisago County is a small community with the rich resources and talent of a more urbanized area.

2014 population: 54,025

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Dakota County

Comprised of 20 cities and 13 townships just south of Saint Paul, easily accessed Dakota County is a hub of distribution companies in a picturesque setting.

2014 population: 412,529

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Hennepin County

611 square miles and 46 communities, including Minneapolis. The county’s mix of urban, suburban and rural environments host 10 Fortune 500 headquarters.

2014 population: 1,152,425

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Isanti County

35 miles straight north of downtown Minneapolis lies Isanti County, home to two dozen tech-intensive manufacturers serving a diverse range of industries.

2014 population: 37,816

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Le Sueur County

Surrounded by cities including Mankato, Faribault and Northfield, family-friendly Le Sueur County is in a fortunate geographic location for growth.

2014 population: 27,703

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Mille Lacs County

North of the Twin Cities and east of St. Cloud, Mille Lacs county has high government employment and is among the fastest growing counties in the state.

2014 population: 26,097

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Pierce County

One of two Wisconsin counties that make up the Greater MSP region, Pierce County boasts over 60 manufacturing companies.

2014 population: approx. 20,000

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Ramsey County

Just east of the Mississippi River, Ramsey County is home to the Minnesota state capitol, the port city of Saint Paul. Well connected regionally, nationally and internationally.

2014 population: 508, 640

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Scott County

Located along the southern edge of Greater MSP, Scott County is a mix of rural and suburban areas with over 3,000 local businesses.

2014 population: 136,784

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Sherburne County

Strategically located between northwest Greater MSP and southeast Saint Cloud, Sherburne County is uniquely positioned to support the growth of both areas.

2014 population: 90,164

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Sibley County

Located in south-central Minnesota 65 miles southwest of Minneapolis, Sibley County is a net labor exporter, having more available workers than jobs.

2014 population: 15,334

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St. Croix County

This Wisconsin county lies just east of Saint Paul on the St. Croix River; it’s home to 2,073 businesses, including several large manufacturers.

2014 population: 86,140

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Washington County

One of the smallest Minnesota counties in size, yet the fifth largest in population, Washington County has a fast-growing, white-collar workforce.

2014 population: 245,743

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Wright County

Located between the thriving Greater MSP and Saint Cloud markets, fast-growing Wright County has a strong transportation network.

2014 population: 127,723

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