Eagan: One of America’s Safest Neighborhoods

In another example of a Minnesota city being recognized as a great place to live, Wendy’s hometown of Eagan, Minnesota was recently ranked as the 5th best city to live in a study by 24/7 Wall St, a business news and opinion website.

US cities were ranked based on the state of the local economy, education performance, housing, employment levels, and crime rates, and it is in these last two categories that Eagan stands out among the other cities on the list. Eagan is exceptionally safe: with a population of more than 66,000, only 24 violent crimes were reported in 2014! In addition, only 3.3% of Eagan residents are unemployed.

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The article also points out several additional highlights of living in Eagan, including its comfortabe proximity to the Twin Cities metro area. This includes major attractions like the Mall of America in nearby Bloomington, the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, or any of the major sports events happening year-round.

You can read the full article here.


About wendycarson

If you're a buyer or seller, relocating from out of state or in town, an investor in a short sale or foreclosure situation, townhome or single family, acreage or development, new construction or existing, I'm here to serve your real estate needs! My main areas of business are residential real estate in the Twin Cities 13 County Metro Area and Western Wisconsin. I sell all types of residential real estate, from first time homes through executive properties, and specialize in relocation services working with various companies, organizations and universities throughout the Twin Cities. Because I pride myself on providing over-the-top customer service, the majority of my business comes from referrals. My educational background includes a BA in Communications from Central College, Pella, IA, and a Masters in Business Communication from the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, MN.
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