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Stowe Prairie Township


Welcome to Grey Eagle

With its proximity to Minnesota’s Lake Country, the small town of Grey Eagle gets a little bigger during the summer season, as visitors and summer residents visit downtown businesses like Chris’s Country Store. It’s a classic small-town feeling near lakes, trails, and other outdoor fun.

City Website

 

City of Grey Eagle
PO Box 116
202 Woodman Street South
Grey Eagle, MN 56336


Mayor: Joe Arnzen
PO Box 92
Grey Eagle, MN 56336
320-285-2104

Clerk: Lori Hellman
PO Box 116
Grey Eagle, MN 56336
320-285-2464
gecity@meltel.net


*Permits can be picked up at City Hall 8:30 am - 1:30 pm
*Elections are held at City Hall

Documents/Forms:
Parcel Map


GREY EAGLE: In 1873, both the township and city were named by Alvin M. Cromwell who killed a large eagle in that area.


Grey Eagle, MN

Population

Total Population

340

Population
Growth Rate

-0.28%

Median Age

53

Diversity Index

2.300

Housing & Income

Households

161

Total Housing Units

189


Owner Occupied

141

Renter Occupied

20

Vacant

28

Median Home Value

$204,167


Average Home Value

$254,464

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

-0.30%


Per Capita Income

2.56%

Income Projection

Median Household

$44,672 $53,365


Average Household

$74,784 $84,868


Per Capita

$33,325 $37,819

Workforce

Total Businesses

36

Total Employed

140

Workers 16+

155

AG/Forestry/Fish/Hunting

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

2

Employed

6

Manufacturing

Businesses

2

Employed

2

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Some
High School

23

Graduated
High School

92

Associates
Degree

26

Bachelor's
Degree

33

Graduate
Degree

10

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

37

Non-Resident Commuters

116

Drive Alone

120

Carpooled

15

Public

0

Work At Home

10


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.