Welcome to Plymouth

Plymouth is the 6th largest city in Minnesota, just after Minneapolis, St Paul, Duluth, Rochester, and Bloomington. It was ranked the "Best Place To Live" for 2008 by Money Magazine. Plymouth was founded as a town in 1855 with a grist mill and some other buildings.
Plymouth has expanded from the grist mill to include many other modern day conveniences including the Hilde Performance Center which has a summer concert series. The Plymouth Creek Center is one of Plymouth's most beautiful parks. Special events and gatherings are common, as well as cultural and educational activities. The Ice Center has 3 ice rinks and has open rink times, as well as providing time for local hockey events.
You can find out more about Plymouth and its history by visiting the Plymouth Historical Society website.

Then and Now

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Real Estate

If you are wanting to search for homes, or list your home for sale, click on the links below.

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Crime Stats

Many of the cities around the Twin Cities metro area have their crime data published on the Community Crime Map. This is a great resource for looking at what is going on in various cities. Another great resource is to check with the city's local police department. The have a lot of data available for public use. Community Crime Map
Minneapolis publishes to the Community Crime Map, but also has a couple specific resources that are not on there:
Check out the Minneapolis Police Department website: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/police/statistics/index.htm
The Shots Fired Map is unique to Minneapolis. They installed a system of microphones that can detect locations of shots fired based on triangulation of the sounds from the microphones.
Edina does not publish to the Community Crime Map (as of 2019) so here is a link to their site: https://www.edinamn.gov/326/Crime-Data-Map

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Community Arts & Recreation

Events

Schools

Mouse over each number to get the school rating. Clicking on the number will link you to their (greatschools.org) website with detailed information on each individual school. We are in no way affiliated with GreatSchools.org.



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