Minneapolis-Saint Paul neighborhoods

Find at-a-glance trends and data by neighborhood, including population, housing, and employment.

  • Click on a neighborhood area within the map for more details and for links to the profiles. In Minneapolis, profiles are also available by community – groupings of several neighborhoods (map).
  • Choose from the map views drop-down (above the map, right) to see additional maps with key data.
  • Scroll down to view the list of neighborhoods by name.
  • Download the neighborhood data file with margins of error.

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Source: 2008-2012 American Community Survey 5-year estimates, adjusted to fit current neighborhood boundaries using the 2010 Census counts. The 5-year estimates represent averages of data collected over that time period.


St. Paul Neighborhoods

Minneapolis Neighborhoods

Minneapolis Communities

Special thanks

Support for our neighborhood profiles is provided by:

McKnight Foundation

Additional thanks to our Neighborhood Profile Advisory Committee and also to the Community Planning & Economic Development department at the City of Minneapolis for providing data assistance.


We've pulled together a list of useful resources and links to more neighborhood data.

fast facts

  • St. Anthony West is the “oldest” neighborhood; 20 percent of its residents are over 65.
  • Sumner-Glenwood may be the “youngest;"19 percent of its residents are under age 5!
  • Thomas-Dale has the highest share of households with kids under 18 in Saint Paul.
  • Median incomes range from over $115,000 (Page) $13,500 (Cedar-Riverside).
  • Midtown Phillips has the highest share of foreign born residents.
  • St. Anthony Park and Thomas-Dale have the highest share of transit commuters (13%) in Saint Paul.
  • In 17 Minneapolis neighborhoods, about 1 in 5 commuters use public transportation to get to work.


Generation Next logo

Generation Next aims to close opportunity and achievement gaps for students of color in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Minnesota Compass compiled indicators for the project which show some of the largest racial gaps in the state.

Compass Project Director Craig Helmstetter sat down with Generation Next Executive Director R.T. Rybak to take a look at three factors that add to the complexity of closing racial gaps, and discuss the implications for Generation Next. 

More data

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