Mankato, Minnesota is a city with a population of 36,240 people. This city is highly known for its large parks, rivers, lakes, and trails. Residents of this city live a small town life. There is a civic center that host music concerts, ice shows, and many other community activities and events. The city has invested funds to improve public safety for their citizens. In Mankato, Minnesota you'll find upgraded health care facilities, and a public school system in addition to four post-secondary educational institutions. The city of Mankato is dedicated to providing community services to its residents and visitors.
The word Mankato was originally spelled Mahkato, which means greenish blue earth to the Dakota Indians who inhabited the land first and then the Europeans arrived in the 1700s. Mankato received its charter on March 6, 1868. It was composed of the city's mayor and three council members. The city's blue flag has a white star with three lines protruding from the star at different angels to represent early access that steamboats used to travel in the area. The official name of the city is now Mankato, Minnesota. The city of Mankato is located in the state of Minnesota. This city is 15.4 square miles and 15.2 square miles is of it is land and .2 square miles is water. Mankato is surrounded by Le Sueur, Nicollet and Blue Earth counties and rivers. The weather conditions in Mankato can become very severe so the city has placed warning sirens at strategic locations throughout the city and it is recommended that citizens and visitors obtain a weather radio. The weather can be extremely hot or extremely cold.
Mankato has one newspaper publisher and two major broadcast television networks along with several radio stations throughout the city. There are nine major employers in Mankato, Minnesota and they all employ a total of 12,300 employees. Locate a Mankato, Minnesota business directory and you will find out that there are other employers within the city. Find a Mankato, Minnesota yellow pages book to search for additional business information and contact information within the area.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan
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