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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: Juanita Mitchell
PO Box 15
Hewitt, MN 56453
218-924-4179
jrvalley@arvig.net

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

280

Population
Growth Rate

0.62%

Median Age

45

Diversity Index

6.300

Housing & Income

Households

119

Total Housing Units

136


Owner Occupied

109

Renter Occupied

10

Vacant

17

Median Home Value

$126,563


Average Home Value

$155,046

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

0.63%


Per Capita Income

1.92%

Income Projection

Median Household

$54,159 $56,864


Average Household

$63,332 $69,635


Per Capita

$25,866 $28,446

Workforce

Total Businesses

6

Total Employed

13

Workers 16+

89

AG/Forestry/Fish/Hunting

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Manufacturing

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Some
High School

10

Graduated
High School

72

Associates
Degree

37

Bachelor's
Degree

17

Graduate
Degree

3

Average Commute Time

31 min.



Resident Commuters

35

Non-Resident Commuters

53

Drive Alone

70

Carpooled

13

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.