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Hewitt


Welcome to Hewitt

Hewitt Is a community with long history. Hewitt was platted in April 1891 on land donated by Henry Hewitt and incorporated as a village on February 20, 1899. The city was named in honor of Hewitt, a nearby farmer. Today, the City of Hewitt has a number of businesses and opportunities to enjoy a rural lifestyle.

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City of Hewitt
PO Box 91
509 E Third Ave
Hewitt, MN 56453


Mayor: Jim Opelia
PO Box 112
Hewitt, MN 56453
218-820-4013
jimopelia@hotmail.com

Clerk: Tara Greer
PO Box 91
Hewitt, MN 56453
218-924-4343
cityofhewitt@arvig.net


Related Links
City of Hewitt

Documents/Forms
Hewitt/Landuser Map
City Parcel Map


Hewitt, MN

Population

Total Population

292

Population
Growth Rate

0.91%

Median Age

42

Diversity Index

7.300

Housing & Income

Households

124

Total Housing Units

142


Owner Occupied

113

Renter Occupied

11

Vacant

18

Median Home Value

$163,636


Average Home Value

$181,140

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

0.91%


Per Capita Income

1.98%

Income Projection

Median Household

$53,874 $56,359


Average Household

$63,436 $70,360


Per Capita

$26,096 $28,786

Workforce

Total Businesses

7

Total Employed

15

Workers 16+

74

2020 Unclassified Establishments

cp-industries

Businesses

2

Employed

5

2020 Transportation/Warehouse

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

4

2020 Food Service/Drinking Estab

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

3

2020 Accommodation/Food Service

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

3

2020 Public Administration

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

1

2020 Other Service excl Pub Admin

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

1

Some
High School

9

Graduated
High School

55

Associates
Degree

52

Bachelor's
Degree

18

Graduate
Degree

4

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

25

Non-Resident Commuters

49

Drive Alone

62

Carpooled

7

Public

0

Work At Home

2


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