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Iona Township


Welcome to West Union

Situated on the 46-mile Lake Woebegon Trail, West Union is a charming small town at the heart of Region 5’s recreational country. The trail is a rails-to-trails project that opened in the late 1990s and caters to cyclists, pedestrians, snowmobiles, and other users.

City Information


City of West Union
Box C-10
West Union, MN 56389
Phone: 320-352-5450


Mayor: Roger Engle
PO Box 106
West Union, MN 56389
320-760-6265
engle56378@gmail.com

Clerk: Janet Macey
PO Box 207
West Union, MN 56389
320-352-5450
maceyjanet@yahoo.com


*City Council Meetings are held the 1st Monday of each month at the West Union Fire Hall, 6:30PM
*Building and Sewer Permits can be picked up from the Clerk.
*March Elections are held the 2nd tuesday of March at the West Union Fire Hall
*November Elections are held the 1st Tuesday in November at the West Union Fire Hall


West Union, MN

Population

Total Population

127

Population
Growth Rate

1.20%

Median Age

49

Diversity Index

3.100

Housing & Income

Households

48

Total Housing Units

50


Owner Occupied

45

Renter Occupied

4

Vacant

2

Median Home Value

$327,273


Average Home Value

$355,114

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

1.19%


Per Capita Income

1.43%

Income Projection

Median Household

$75,000 $82,631


Average Household

$106,243 $115,543


Per Capita

$40,226 $43,189

Workforce

Total Businesses

2

Total Employed

8

Workers 16+

56

2021 Food Service/Drinking Estab

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

7

2021 Accommodation/Food Service

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

7

2021 Auto Repair/Maintenance

N

Businesses

1

Employed

1

2021 Other Service excl Pub Admin

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

1

Some
High School

1

Graduated
High School

32

Associates
Degree

19

Bachelor's
Degree

13

Graduate
Degree

6

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

3

Non-Resident Commuters

49

Drive Alone

51

Carpooled

1

Public

0

Work At Home

3


Fast Fact Image

Todd County was created on February 20, 1885 (Organized in 1873) from Cass County.  The county was named in honor of John Blair Smith Todd, commander of Fort Ripley (1849-56); general in the Civil War; delegate in Congress from Dakota Territory, 1861 and 1863-65; governor of Dakota Territory, 1869-71.