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Browerville


Welcome to Browerville

Browerville has a population of 793 and is located near the visual center of Minnesota between Wadena and Sauk Centre on Highway 71.

City Website

 

City Hall: Box 247
Browerville, MN 56438
Phone: 320-594-2201
Email: ctybrow@charter.net


Mayor: Robert Heid
PO Box 52
Browerville, MN 56438
320-594-6027

Clerk: Bobbi Jo Freie
PO Box 247
Browerville, MN 56438
320-594-2201
ctybrow@browervillemn.com


Community Profile:
Browerville City Information
City Parcel Map


 

Browerville, MN

Population

Total Population

834

Population
Growth Rate

0.64%

Median Age

41

Diversity Index

17.100

Housing & Income

Households

344

Total Housing Units

388


Owner Occupied

254

Renter Occupied

90

Vacant

44

Median Home Value

$121,429


Average Home Value

$165,551

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

0.65%


Per Capita Income

2.01%

Income Projection

Median Household

$58,305 $62,765


Average Household

$70,325 $78,213


Per Capita

$27,955 $30,881

Workforce

Total Businesses

50

Total Employed

376

Workers 16+

370

2020 Educational Services - Businesses

cp-industries

Businesses

3

Employed

125

2020 HealthCare/Social Assist

cp-industries

Businesses

7

Employed

91

2020 Retail Trade Businesses

cp-industries

Businesses

10

Employed

51

2020 Other Service excl Pub Admin

cp-industries

Businesses

9

Employed

45

2020 Food & Beverage Stores

N

Businesses

5

Employed

36

2020 Transportation/Warehouse

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

16

Some
High School

25

Graduated
High School

197

Associates
Degree

81

Bachelor's
Degree

64

Graduate
Degree

28

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

297

Non-Resident Commuters

71

Drive Alone

272

Carpooled

34

Public

0

Work At Home

23


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.