Known as the “most livable city in America,” St. Paul lies mostly along the east banks of the Mississippi River and abuts Minneapolis, the state’s largest city. Here, lakes and parks abound, cafes, shops, large corporations and thriving mom-and-pop business all sit side by side, and the area’s museums, public art installations, college campuses and charming downtown allow everyone to grow, learn and enjoy life to the fullest.
However, for all of its celebrated natural beauty and family friendliness, finding the St. Paul community resources you need can be a challenge. After all, the city – though compact when compared to many – still boasts almost 52 sq. miles of land that’s filled with curving roads and small side streets that can be difficult to navigate. So, whether you’re new to the city or just need a refresher, we’ve created a list of St. Paul, Minnesota, local resources that can help make life in “the Capitol City” even better.
In addition to these local resources for St. Paul, MN, be sure to check out the City of St. Paul, where you’ll find helpful information on applying for a variety of permits and setting up public utilities, as well as details on its libraries, museums, parks, sports facilities, festivals, and more.
And if you find yourself in a plumbing bind, discover some of the specialty plumbing services our St. Paul plumbers offer.
$thisState Counties: Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Kanabec, Ramsey, Scott, Washington, Wright
MN Counties: Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Kanabec, Ramsey, Scott, Washington, Wright
WI Counties: Pierce, Polk, Saint Croix
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