St. George, MN

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St. George, MN

About St. George, MN

St. George, MN is a beautiful town of about 4,000 people located in south central Minnesota. It is a peaceful and tranquil community surrounded by rolling hills and farmlands. The people of St. George are friendly and welcoming, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. There is plenty to do in town, including going for hikes along the scenic trails, attending the weekly farmers markets or enjoying a day at one of the local parks. The schools are excellent and offer quality education for all ages. Downtown St. George has great restaurants and shops that provide an enjoyable place to spend time with family and friends. Overall, living in St. George is an enjoyable experience as it provides its residents with a sense of community and belonging while allowing them to enjoy all that nature has to offer! Small city - Central Minnesota, 60 miles northwest of Minneapolis–St. Paul along the upper Mississippi.

State: Minnesota
County: Benton County
Metro Area: St. Cloud Metro Area
City: St. George
Zip Codes: No Zip Codes Here.
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Time zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Elevation: 1028 ft above sea level

St. Cloud is more of a “small town grown into a large town”, with a friendly Midwestern feel but an expanding role as a commercial and educational center and commuter suburb to the northwestern reaches of Minneapolis-St Paul.

The downtown is clean and in good shape if not especially exciting. Five small private colleges and the larger St. Cloud State University bring college town feel and cultural diversity. The area serves as a gateway to wilderness lakes and parks to the north. The city has a number of its own amenities and is close enough to share those of Minneapolis–St. Paul while being lower on the cost of living scale. Proximity to the Twin Cities area is a plus, and suburban development southeast of town is springing up to take advantage of it. There is talk of commuter rail service, which will work to further connect the two metro areas.

The terrain is flat to gently rolling with numerous lakes and wooded areas. The continental climate is highly variable with four distinct seasons. Spring, summer, and fall are pleasant, with moderate temperatures and low humidity. Thunderstorms are the principal source of rainfall and severe storms are common. Winters are cold with low humidity. On average in winter, 5 to 10 days reach temperatures between –20 and –30 degrees. Heavy snowfalls occur, but the location north of most storm tracks means they are less frequent than in cities to the south. Snow generally remains on the ground throughout winter. First freeze is late September, last is mid-May.

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St. George Cost of Living

Cost of living, small town atmosphere, and nearby outdoor recreation make St. George a great place to live.

+14.2% higher than avg
+31.0% higher than avg
$875 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-31.2% lower than avg
St. George Crime
13.4 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Pros & Cons of St. George
   Cost of living
Low ethnic diversity
   Small town atmosphere
Low job growth
   Nearby outdoor recreation
Winter climate
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