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Stowe Prairie Township


Welcome to Eagle Bend

“Minnesota’s Hometown” demonstrates the positive growth that can happen when a community comes together in service of common goals. A good example is the new library and museum, the result of a local fund drive. Home to a number of manufacturing and ag-related businesses, Eagle Bend is also a short drive from area recreation on regional lakes, rivers and trails.

City Website


Mayor: John Chandler
134 1st Ave NW
Eagle Bend, MN 56446
218-738-5812
j_i@midwestinfo.net

Clerk: Kevin Hess
PO Box 215
108 Main St W
Eagle Bend, MN 56446
218-640-6122
ebcity@midwestinfo.net


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Eagle Bend, MN

Population

Total Population

528

Population
Growth Rate

-0.14%

Median Age

44

Diversity Index

13.200

Housing & Income

Households

243

Total Housing Units

290


Owner Occupied

199

Renter Occupied

44

Vacant

47

Median Home Value

$94,565


Average Home Value

$122,739

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

-0.13%


Per Capita Income

2.80%

Income Projection

Median Household

$43,684 $47,169


Average Household

$60,872 $69,498


Per Capita

$26,143 $30,018

Workforce

Total Businesses

44

Total Employed

231

Workers 16+

194

AG/Forestry/Fish/Hunting

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

1

Employed

1

Manufacturing

Businesses

2

Employed

8

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

1

Employed

7

Some
High School

17

Graduated
High School

138

Associates
Degree

53

Bachelor's
Degree

25

Graduate
Degree

14

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

127

Non-Resident Commuters

63

Drive Alone

152

Carpooled

18

Public

0

Work At Home

4


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.