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Neighborhood profiles for Minneapolis and Saint Paul were developed in 2011. They are available on the Minnesota Compass website at: http://www.mncompass.org/twincities/neighborhoods.php

 

Saint Paul neighborhood facts (2000 census)

Neighborhood profiles

Brief, printable summaries of demographics and trends in St. Paul's 17 planning districts. Click on a district / neighborhood to view the profile, or select the neighborhood from a map of Saint Paul.

1: Sunray-Battle Creek-Highwood
2: Greater East Side
3: West Side
4: Dayton's Bluff
5: Payne-Phalen
6: North End
7: Thomas Dale
8: Summit University
9: West Seventh
10: Como
11: Hamline Midway
12: St. Anthony Park
13: Merriam Park / Lex-Ham
14: Macalester-Groveland
15: Highland
16: Summit Hill
17: Downtown

City of Saint Paul

 

More detailed data

Select a topic and a district / neighborhood to view information related to that topic, and to see detailed tables and maps for that neighborhood.

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Download the data

The neighborhood data are organized into four parts (worksheets for the Excel files).

Planning district: Excel | PDF
Sub-planning district: Excel

Data Notes:
What the files contain: DP-1 covers basic demographic data. DP-2 includes information about education, ancestry, and citizenship. DP-3 includes employment, income, and poverty statistics. DP-4 focuses on housing characteristics.

 
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