Minnesota has 87 zip codes, including two that are unique to the state. The first is the 55402 zip code, which covers the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The other is the 55731 zip code, which covers the city of Ely in northeastern Minnesota. In addition to these two unique codes, Minnesota contains a variety of five-digit zip codes that cover major cities and small towns throughout the state. For example, Minneapolis’ main zip code is 55401, while St Paul has 55118 and Duluth has 55802. Other large cities in Minnesota such as Rochester (55902), Bloomington (55425), and St Cloud (56301) also have their own five-digit zip codes. On the other hand, smaller cities like Grand Marais (55745), Baudette (56623), and Virginia (55801) also have their own five-digit codes as well. Lastly, there are also many rural areas of Minnesota that have their own five-digit zip codes, such as Aitkin (56431), Cloquet (55720), and Park Rapids (56470).
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The top five cities in Minnesota are Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Duluth and Bloomington. Minneapolis is the largest city in the state and is home to numerous attractions, including the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. It’s also known for its vibrant theater scene and numerous lakes. St. Paul is the state’s capital city and offers a variety of attractions such as the Minnesota State Capitol building, Cathedral of Saint Paul, and Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. The city is known for its distinct neighborhoods like Lowertown, Frogtown, and Summit-University. Rochester is home to one of America’s best hospitals—the Mayo Clinic—as well as many other healthcare providers in the area. It’s also home to a thriving arts scene with several galleries and theaters located in downtown Rochester. Duluth has a deep history as an industrial port town on Lake Superior but it has also become a popular tourist destination with its stunning views of Lake Superior from atop Enger Tower or Glensheen Mansion. Finally, Bloomington is a suburb of Minneapolis that features Mall of America—the largest shopping mall in the US—as well as more than 3 million square feet of retail space at Southdale Center Shopping Mall. The city offers plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking at Hyland Lake Park Reserve or visiting the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge. All five cities offer something unique that makes them stand out from each other yet make them great places to visit or live in Minnesota!
Minnesota is home to 87 counties, each with its own unique character and features. Minnesota’s largest county by population is Hennepin County, located in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. It is home to 1.2 million people and includes the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Ramsey County is the second most populous county in Minnesota and borders Hennepin to the east. It has a population of 535,000 and includes the cities of St. Paul, Maplewood, and White Bear Lake. Dakota County is located south of Hennepin County and has a population of about 540,000 people. The largest city in Dakota County is Apple Valley, which has a population of about 54,000 people. Anoka County lies north of Hennepin County and has a population of about 350,000 people; its largest city is Anoka with a population of over 17,000 people. Washington County lies east of Ramsey County with a population of 254,000; its largest city is Woodbury with a population of over 67,000 people. Stearns County lies northwest from the Twin Cities metro area and has a population of over 150,00; its largest city is St Cloud with just over 65,500 residents. Olmsted County lies southeast from Minneapolis-St Paul metro area and has an estimated population just under 150k; Rochester being its largest city with an estimated 112k residents making it one of the fastest growing cities in Minnesota