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Children play knockerball at Savage’s Dan Patch Days June 24, a game where people wear giant bubble suits and play soccer. (Photo by Callie Schmidt)

ATTRACTIONS Parks Nature Recreation Trails Annual Festivals

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FOOD Farmers Market



LEISURE Arts & Entertainment Clubs & Organizations Youth Organizations Adult Sports Youth Sports

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GOVERNMENT Mayor’s Column Savage City Council City Departments Meetings Ordinances Scott County Elected Officials Frequently Called Numbers Libraries Metropolitan Council Watershed Management Licenses & Documents Health & Human Services Transportation U.S. Postal Service Voter Information State of Minnesota United States Scott County Historical Society

Health & Wellness

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Burnsville-Eagan-Savage ISD 191 Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools ISD 719

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MARKETPLACE Media Chamber of Commerce Savage Chamber Column

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ANIMALS Dog Licenses Lost Pet

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2017-2018 Big Fish Lifestyle Guide Publisher: Laurie Hartmann \ Regional Editor: Deena Winter Editor: Rachel Minske \ Listings Editor: Amanda McKnight \ Editorial Content: Britt Johnsen Cover Design: Mike Gears \ Editorial Design: Carrie Rood \ Advertising: Traci Gannon Special thanks to the city of Savage, Savage Chamber of Commerce, CAP Agency and Scott County for their contributions. Every effort has been made to provide an accurate directory, but if errors have occurred please let us know about them. Published by Savage Pacer, 12925 Eagle Creek Parkway, Savage, 55378. Copyright 2017-2018. Printed in the USA. To submit additional information call 952-445-3333 or send an email to

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A child screams in excitement when he snatches a piece of candy from the street at Savage’s Dan Patch Days parade on June 24. (Photo by Callie Schmidt)


elcome to the Savage Lifestyle Guide, a place for you to learn all about what this community has to offer. Whether you’re new to the area or are just curious to know more about the city, this guide has everything you want to know. You’ll get the lowdown on restaurants and retail, government and parks, the local economy, what to do for fun and more. Don’t just take it from us. Savage has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing cities in the metro area. It was even recognized recently by research analyst Jake Hill, whose analysis of census data showed Savage’s transformation from small city to thriving suburb. Savage has a lot to boast about. Not only is it a safe, quiet place to live, it has plenty of businesses to choose from when you want anything from groceries to dog toys to dinner out with your family. It also has 23 parks and hundreds of miles of sidewalks and trails.

And it’s a family-friendly place to live. Parents can send their children to three school districts: Prior Lake-Savage Area, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage and Shakopee. There’s a lot more to learn about this city. Turn the pages of the Lifestyle Guide, and what you’ll find is essentially your guide to life in Savage. We offer you this publication as a onestop place to go for services, names, telephone numbers and even email addresses. Our hope is that you keep it close by and refer to it when you need something. However, if there is anything we missed or left, we apologize in advance. Let us know if anything needs to be updated so that we can publish it in the next edition. We can be reached at Also, if you want to see more copies of the Lifestyle Guide, please call the Circulation Department at Southwest News Media. They can be reached at 952-345-6682. Thanks, and happy reading!




1,227 2011 - 2015 = 100

29,208 30,391 30,807

14.5% increase from April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2016

= 2,000


5 years and under 18 years and under


Between 19 and 64 years


WORK TRAVEL TIME Mean travel time to work

workers age 16+

26 min

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65 years and older




9,429 Housing units, 2010 = 1,500










9.9% Foreign born between 2011 and 2015 EDUCATION

95.7% High school graduate or higher, 25+ 2011 - 2015

42.9% Bachelor’s degree or higher, 25+ 2011 - 2015


Homeownership rate, 2011 - 2015

90.9% Living in same house one year or more $253,500 Median value of owner-occupied homes, 2011 - 2015 2.98 People per household $94,620 Median household income, 2011 - 2015 $38,585 Per capita income in the past 12 months, 2011 - 2015 Source:




Wade Bushman and his daughter, Esme Bushman, both of Savage, attended Service Day Saturday in Savage on April 22. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

Babcock & Morgan Dental



Bridgewood Church


Meadows at Mystic Lake


Brock’s Flooring


Mediacom Communications


Business Directory


Minnesota Harvest


Cap Agency


Mustard Seed Inc


Dakotah Sports and Fitness


Paar Sports & Promotions


Chaska Community Center


Pablo’s Mexican Restaurant


Children’s Dental Care


Park Dental


City of Savage




Dan Patch Days


Quality Systems A/C & Refrigeration


Dakotah Meadows RV Park


Real Living 1st MSP Realty


Dentists of Savage


Referral Collision Llc




River Valley Veterinary


Edina Realty - Huebener Edina Realty Prior Lake


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Savage Chamber of Commerce


Savage TV


Edina Realty - Karen Stiles/ Paul Bothof


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Eileen’s Colossal Cookies


Shakopee Chevrolet


El Loro Mexican Restaurant


Shakopee Dakota Convenience Store


Fairview Clinics


Southcross Auto Service


Friendship Church


The Grainwood Senior Living


Stanley & Wencl Construction & Facility Systems

Glowing Hearth & Home


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St. John The Baptist School


Integra Telecom


St. John The Baptist Church


Jet Black Kelso


St. Michael Catholic Church


Jodi Langhorst See Law Office & Dispute Resolution Service, PLLC

St. Michael Catholic School



St. Paul’s Lutheran School


Legends Club


St. Paul’s Lutheran Church


Lifeforce Family Chiropractic


Veil Orthodontics


Living Hope Lutheran Church and School


Villas of Savage


Mandinec Landscape Group


St. Francis Regional Medical Center

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onveniently tucked between some of the south metro’s biggest attractions, Savage is a treasure trove of activity both within and outside of city limits. For residents beaming with city pride, Dan Patch Days is an annual four-day celebration named after the “World’s Champion Harness Horse” Dan Patch. The festival, held at Community Park, is packed with food vendors, live music, family-friendly games and a parade. One night is even dedicated to an adult-only wine tasting experience. Savage Mayor Janet Williams said she has attended Dan Patch Days her whole life. “It’s a community celebration where you get to meet all your neighbors,” Williams said. Beyond Dan Patch Days, Community Park is a hub for Savage entertainment and activity. The McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center is a unique facility created among 10 acres of native prairie, rain gardens, butterfly gardens and mature trees. The sustainability-focused center regularly hosts private and public events, including egg hunts, environmental seminars and school trips. Also located in Community Park is the Savage Sports Center, a climate-controlled space providing sport leagues and open play time year-round.

“It’s a community celebration where you get to meet all your neighbors.” - Savage Mayor Janet Williams


The city’s Parks and Natural Resources Superintendent Jon Allen said there are many wonderful places to see fall colors here in Savage. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

Savage, with its 21 city-managed parks and two staterun parks, is a prime sport for nature enthusiasts. MurphyHanrehan Park Reserve and the Eagle Creek Aquatic Management Area provide runners, anglers, skiers and equestrians acres filled with woodland pathways and fishing. For the foodies in the area, Savage’s historic downtown provides a variety of goods to sample. Buffalo Tap and Neisen’s Sports Bar & Grill are local favorites for American food. There is also a variety of Asian and Latin American markets and restaurants, including Wow! Thai Food, a Thai restaurant. If the parks and local eats aren’t enough, Savage residents have easy access to the biggest attractions in the southwest metro. Mall of America and its plethora of stores, restaurants and games is less than 20 minutes away. For those who enjoy the rides, they can find more of the same at Valleyfair in Shakopee. The Mystic Lake and Little Six casinos are also close by in Prior Lake and often host big names in entertainment.

ATTRACTIONS PARKS CITY PARKS Savage Parks & Recreation Divison 952-224-3420 The city of Savage is committed to the development and maintenance of a robust parks and trail system that creates community through parks, programs and people. Savage is home to 23 parks that range in size from small neighborhood parks to large, regional parks like MurphyHanrehan. Park amenities include playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, walking and biking trails, and nature areas. Parks are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Dogs must be on leashes and owners must pick up and remove animal feces. No fires are permitted except in designated areas. Also prohibited are littering, glass beverage containers, firearms, archery, hunting and trapping, tents or structures (without permission), snowmobiles, ATVs or motorcycles (except on roadways and in parking areas). It is unlawful to bring beer into a park in glass, kegs, barrels or other bulk tap quantities. No consumption is allowed on or within 30 feet of a roadway or parking lot within a park or on any athletic field.

Schroeder’s Acres Park 12320 Boone Ave., Savage This 20-acre park has trails, three baseball/softball fields, a soccer field, playground equipment, and a picnic shelter. In 2017, the trails at Schroeder’s Acres will be reconstructed. Savage Community Park 13500 Dakota Ave., Savage Savage Community Park is a 53acre park that provides active and passive opportunities for young and old. The park is home to the Savage Sports Center, McColl Pond Environmental Learning and Event Center, and has an adult softball complex. Other amenities include trails, a nature area, fishing pier, a soccer field, playground equipment, the city’s skateboard park, and pleasure and hockey skating rinks with a warming house. Phase one of a park expansion plan will be implemented by the end of 2017, and will include widening the park entrance off Dakota Ave., adding parking for Sports Center participants, and realigning the connection road to the McColl ELC and playground area. The McColl Pond Environmental Learning and Event Center is set among 10 acres of native prairie,

A child plays in one of the many bouncy castles at Savage’s Dan Patch Days. (Photo by Callie Schmidt)

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rain gardens, butterfly gardens and mature trees within Community Park. The ELC offers an outdoor classroom and observation area. The Savage Sports Center, located in the northwest part of Community Park, is a state-of-the-art indoor athletic facility that serves youth and adult teams, as well those who wish to stay active November through April. The standard temperature in the dome is 59 degrees. Savage Dog Park 12425 Xenwood Ave., Savage The dog park consists of more than two acres of fenced in area. It is complete with trees, benches and both a small and large dog section so dogs and their owners have ample room to run, explore and socialize. The park is located within walking distance from the Hamilton District and downtown residential areas. Residents are required to have their pet licensed by the city — a mandate for all Savage pet owners. The park is open from sunrise to sunset every day and residents are expected to follow and carry with them a copy of park rules. Pet owners should bring their own water. Warren Butler Park 12758 Ottawa Ave., Savage This 26-acre park is located next to M.W. Savage Elementary School and has five baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, soccer, picnic shelter and a pleasure skating rink with a warming house.

picnic shelter. In 2016 several park improvements were completed including the addition of a new picnic shelter, BBQ grills, drinking fountain for humans and pets, improved trail access and updated landscaping. Coming soon, the bridges over the Credit River will be replaced and the parking lot will be improved. Check out the city’s website for more information, when available, about the timing of this project. Canterbury Park 13444 Inglewood Ave., Savage This 20-acre neighborhood park has a nature trail, two baseball/ softball fields, tennis courts, soccer, volleyball court, playground equipment, and pleasure and hockey skating rinks with a warming house. Trost Park 5455 137th St., Savage Trost is a 10-acre park at that has a baseball/softball field, playground equipment, pleasure and hockey skating rinks with a warming house and picnic shelter. Loftus Park 13988 Vernon Ave., Savage Loftus is a five-acre neighborhood park that offers a baseball/ softball field, soccer, volleyball and basketball courts, and playground equipment.

Hollywood Park 12840 Lynn Ave., Savage This small five-acre neighborhood park offers basketball and volleyball courts, as well as playground equipment and a picnic shelter.

Glendale Park 5901 135th St., Savage Glendale Park is more than six acres in size. It has walking trails, horseshoe pit, a baseball/softball field, volleyball court, playground equipment and picnic shelter. Glendale’s trails will also slated to be reconstructed in 2017.

Hidden Valley Park 5000 132nd St., Savage This 45-acre community park is unique because of its natural aesthetics and ornamental qualities. The Credit River runs through the park and offers excellent opportunities for gatherings, walking, picnicking and viewing. Amenities include a baseball/softball field, volleyball court, playground equipment, archery range and

Redtail Ridge Park 15351 Hampshire Ave., Savage This is a 10.5-acre park located next to Redtail Ridge Elementary School. This park features trails, a soccer field and approximately 6 acres of wetland and natural resources. Park users are encouraged to use the playground equipment at the school site. During school hours, check in with the school office for a visitors pass and have a great time!


Prior Lake High School band students march in the Dan Patch Days parade June 24. (Photo by Callie Schmidt) River Bend Park 14347 Joppa Ave., Savage With just fi ve acres, River Bend Park has a baseball/softball field, horseshoe pits, soccer, a basketball court, playground equipment and a pleasure skating rink with a warming house, picnic shelter and tot lot. O’Connell Park 5165 South Park Dr., Savage This 26-acre park contains a trail and nature area, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, soccer, a basketball court, pleasure and hockey skating rinks with warming houses and picnic shelter. New playground equipment, swings and trail improvements near the playground were recently completed. Hamilton Hills Park 9000 W. 139th St., Savage

Hamilton Hills is a four-acre neighborhood park that includes a baseball/softball field, soccer, basketball court, playground equipment and picnic shelter. Summit Pointe Park 13751 Boone Ave., Savage This 16-acre park has a trail, two baseball/softball fields, soccer, basketball, playground equipment, shelter, natural area and walking trail. Heatherton Ridge 9051 Heatherton Ridge Drive, Savage This five-acre neighborhood park has play areas, a shelter, soccer field, basketball court, volleyball court and trails. Woodhill Park 8901 West 138th St., Savage This eight-acre park has trails,

play equipment, a soccer field, a warming house/shelter and an ice hockey rink. Eagle Creek Park 9200 Preserve Trail, Savage This 4-acre park includes a play area, shelter, basketball court, ball field and trails. McCann Park 7125 South Park Drive, Savage This 3-acre park includes trails, a baseball/sof tball field, soccer field, basketball court, playground equipment and a picnic shelter. Cates Lake Park 15101 Aquila Ave., Savage This small 1-acre neighborhood park has play equipment, a shelter, a half basketball court and trails.

Boudins Acres Park 14655 Hampshire Ave., Savage A five-and-a-half acre park offers a ball field, shelter and play equipment. OTHER AREAS Eagle Creek Aquatic Management Area This is a 400-foot nature corridor and walking trail along Eagle Creek with an overlook at Boiling Springs. It is cooperatively managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the city of Savage. Cates Lake Public Access This is a four-acre site with public access to Cates Lake. It has a rustic trail and picnic area. Savage Fen Wetland Complex Savage is home to the Savage Fen Wetland Complex, a 441-acre wet2017 - 2018 |


ATTRACTIONS land that contains one of the rarest types of wetland plant communities in the United States, a calcareous fen. Calcareous fens exist only where cold groundwater that’s poor in oxygen but rich in calcium and magnesium wells up through thick layers of peat. Scientists have found more than 200 different plant species in the Savage Fen, ranging from orchids and gentians to sedges and grass. Recognizing the environmental asset the Fen is to the community, the city of Savage has conducted several studies and enacted numerous policies to ensure its protection. REGIONAL PARKS Scott County Parks 952-496-8475 Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park 400 W. 260th St., New Prague This 20-acre site, formerly operated as the Cedar Lake Farm and

Day resort, offers shore fishing, swimming beach, picnic sites. Part of a future 300-acre regional park that will feature wetlands, Big Woods forest and 4,000 feet of shoreland, public recreation. Doyle-Kennefick Regional Park This 490-acre park in Cedar Lake Township is still undeveloped. Spring Lake Regional Park This 373-acre park on the northern shore of Spring Lake includes offleash dog park and trails. Three Rivers Park District 763-559-9000 Cleary Lake Regional Park 18106 Texas Ave. (Co. Rd. 27), Prior Lake 763-694-7777 Biking, hiking, canoeing, golfing, swimming and picnicking, cross country skiing. It has 1,045 acres.

The Twin Cities Unicycle Club made an appearance at Savage’s Dan Patch Days parade June 24. (Photo by Callie Schmidt)

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ATTRACTIONS Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve 15501 Murphy Lake Rd. (Co. Rd. 75), Savage 763-694-7777 Hiking, horseback riding, cross country skiing and mountain biking. This is a 2,400-acre park. The Landing-Minnesota River Heritage Park 2187 E. County Road 101, Shakopee 763-694-7784

NATURE Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge 3815 American Blvd. E., Bloomington 952-854-5900 Made up of 14 separate units, the 14,000-acre Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge runs from

Bloomington to Henderson, along both sides of the Minnesota River. Nearby Chaska, Rapids Lake and Louisville Swamp Units combine to provide 4,700 acres of outdoor opportunities such as hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, wildlife observation and photography as posted on Refuge interpretive signs. Rapids Lake Education and Visitor Center 15865 Carver Highlands Dr., Carver 952-361-4500 Minnesota Landscape Arboretum 3675 Arboretum Dr., Chaska 952-443-1400 The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has more than 1,000 acres of landscaped gardens, natural woodlands, wetlands and prairie, plant collections, and displays. Walk, hike, cross-country ski over eight miles of trails. Open 363 days a year.

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RECREATION GENERAL RECREATION Minnesota Harvest 8251 Old Hwy 169 Blvd., Jordan 952-492-2785 Minnesota Valley State Recreation Area 19825 Park Blvd., Jordan 952-492-6400 Savage Sports Center 13450 Dakota Ave., Savage 952-567-2095 Located in Community Park, this city-owned, climate-controlled indoor sports facility opened in November 2012. The inflatable dome area features field space, batting cages and a golf cage. PUBLIC OUTDOOR SWIMMING Cleary Lake Regional Park 18106 Texas Ave., Prior Lake 763-694-7777


Sand Point Beach Co. Rd. 42 & Crest Ave. N., Prior Lake 952-496-2611 Savage Life Time Fitness Recreation & Outdoor Aquatics Center 6544 Loftus Ln., Savage 952-226-1222 PUBLIC INDOOR SWIMMING Twin Oaks Middle School 15860 Woodside Road S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-0893 Eagle Ridge Junior High 13955 Glendale Rd., Savage 952-707-2836 CAMPGROUNDS Baylor Regional Park 10775 Co. Rd. 33, Norwood Young America 952-466-5250 Fish Lake Acres Campground 3000 210th St. E., Prior Lake 952-492-3393


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• County Road 16/William Drive • Canterbury Park/Judicial Road • County Road 42/Ewing Ave. • Hanrehan Lake Boulevard/ Burnsville Parkway CONNECT TO VARIOUS AREA FACILITIES AND AMENITIES AT: • McColl Pond ELC/Savage Sports Center/Savage Community Park • 154th Street/Murphy Hanrehan Regional Park • City of Savage Campus

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ANNUAL FESTIVAL Dan Patch Days is the Savage community celebration held each year at the end of June. It is a full three-day family focused event that draws over 15,000 residents and guests to Savage Community Park located along Dakota Ave, between County Road 42 and McColl Drive. The event includes food vendors, games, eating contests, sporting events, a parade, fireworks and of course great musical entertainment. Dan Patch was the “greatest harness horse in the history of the

two-wheel sulky.” Dan Patch was born April 29, 1896, in Oxford Indiana, but was purchased in 1902 by Minneapolis businessman Marion W. Savage for the then fabulous price of $60,000. Dan Patch electrified the turf world with his record of 1:55 for the mile to set a new world mark for pacers, and had some 93,000 people gathered that day at the Minnesota State Fair grounds to witness the event. Dan Patch Days is all about bringing our community together. But this community celebration is not possible without volunteers. If you are interested in more information, contact the Savage Chamber of Commerce at 952-894-8876. Visit for a complete schedule of events and ways to get involved.

FOOD Colorful produce on display inside Hy-Vee in Savage. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)


f you are a food lover and either live in or want to visit the Savage area, you’re in luck. There are tons of options. Savage resident Bailey Carlson certainly thinks so. She was shopping at a local food market recently and made remarks about the diversity of places to eat and get groceries. “I think there’s a lot of options,” she said while browsing in the produce aisle. If you’re like Carlson and are looking for variety, as well as fresh produce or other healthy options, you’ve got a lot of places to choose from. There are farmer’s markets galore and several stores, from big-box options to small ethnic grocers that sell Latin American, Indian and Asian foods. Or maybe you need a coffee break. There are several choices from Starbucks to Caribou to Dunn Brothers Coffee and more. Or maybe it’s fast food you’re looking for. There are local businesses that offer casual dine-in or carry out, or even drive-through options. The new Hy-Vee, which opened in February 2017, offers a multitude of dining options. In fact,

Did you know? Savage is home to a variety of ethnic food markets, including the Asian Director Oriental Food Market and Super Mercado La Loma. the area within the store looks almost like a mall food court and there are many types of food genres available. There are also places in Savage you can sit down for dinner and enjoy conversation with friends or family. And if you’re up for a short drive to switch up your routine or try something new, Savage is also close to other dining options in Prior Lake, Shakopee or Burnsville, which all offer unique and plentiful options as well. You can find anything from fast casual to sit-down restaurants. In short, Savage is a good place for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.


612-227-8101 or The Savage Farmers Market is one of 18 satellite farmers markets throughout the metro area. Shop here for produce, flowers and many other products.

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Adam Hugger of Savage shows Quentin Belden of Prior Lake how to spray a fire hose at Savage Fire Department’s open house event. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)


f you live in Savage, you will want to know some of the basics: where to check out books, where to send mail, where the firefighters have their headquarters and where the local government does its work. The campus — at Dakota Avenue and McColl Drive — is where the people of City Hall, the police department, Savage Public Library, Savage Chamber of Commerce, a fire station and the U.S. Postal Office all do their work. City Hall volunteer Richard Gross of Savage frequently sees people come through the centralized government office. He said he’s never seen someone come in with a question that can’t be answered. “Everybody in the place is so helpful,” Gross said. “If they don’t know the answer, they’ll find it.” Once a year, the city campus is filled with hundreds of people for an event called Service Day Saturday, a free, youth-led event at that asks people to donate items to nonprofits and/or complete a service project that will impact people locally or even worldwide. Examples of service projects include decorating paper lunch bags for Meals on Wheels, among others. It involves nearly every facet of the city, not just physically where the government and library facilities are, but also students from local schools. The local schools include three districts that Savage children

Just the facts Savage’s city government includes a city council of four at-large members and the mayor. Each are elected to four-year terms that are staggered. Residents sit on a variety of city groups like planning and economic development commissions. typically attend. They tend to go to either Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools (otherwise known as District 719) or BurnsvilleEagan-Savage School District (also known as District 191). Some kids go to Shakopee School District (District 720). Other educational choices for Savage children include a charter school, Aspen Academy and a Spanish immersion early learning center called El Bosque Encantado. Savage is part of Scott County, which has a board of commissioners made of five members. Statewide, representatives are in Minnesota House District 56A and Senate District 56. Savage is also part of Minnesota’s Second Congressional District.





6000 McColl Dr.

952-882-2660 Barry Stock, City Administrator


SAVAGE IS A GREAT LITTLE CITY Savage is a vibrant suburban community of 30,285 that has bigcity benefits with a small-town feel. Conveniently located just 20 miles south of the Twin Cities metro, Savage offers quick access to freeways and jobs as well as a quaint downtown, a multitude of parks, trails and outdoor recreational opportunities, and a fascinating history. Combine that with great restaurants, plenty of big box national retailers and local small businesses, affordable housing and fun community events, and you’ve got a great place to live, work and play! Savage is a great place to live and raise kids. It’s recognized as a place where families can live well for less and enjoy top schools, low crime, quality parks and recreational facilities and reasonable commutes. In fact over the years, Savage has been named among the Best Places to Live in America by Money Magazine and among the Best Affordable Suburbs in the nation by BusinessWeek. Savage is also fortunate to have many amenities that bring people and families together. From nature to athletics, Savage offers something for everyone. We have an abundance of parks and recreation offerings with 22 parks, one regional park, and over 30 miles of paved and soft surface trails. One of our premier community spaces is the McColl Pond Environmental Learning and Event Center at Savage Community Park. Each year, thousands of families and neighbors gather here for free summer concerts on the patio, or weddings, family reunions and community get-togethers like the Craft Beer and Wine tasting. This past year, an estimated 50,000 people came to the Savage Sports Center to participate or

watch a sporting event or attend a community event like the Home and Garden Show. The Savage Library is another vibrant community space that not only offers a variety of free programs for children and adults, but is also home to the Heritage Room museum, Savage Senior Club and the Savage Arts Council. And in the summertime, residents enjoy discounted rates to the Lifetime outdoor community pool and head to the weekly farmers market in downtown Savage for fresh and locally grown fruits, vegetables and flowers. While best known for its ties to the famous Dan Patch, Savage has a rich and varied history. Originally incorporated as Hamilton in 1892 by Irish and Scottish settlers, it was renamed in 1904 after prominent businessman, Marion W. Savage, who purchased the racing horse Dan Patch and trained and raced him at his farm in Savage. Dan Patch’s notoriety grew as the horse began breaking speed records and became a beloved American celebrity for running the mile in one minute and 55 seconds — setting a world record that held up for 54 years. But Savage is also regarded as the home of Camp Savage, a Military Intelligence Services Language School whose purpose during WWII was to teach the Japanese language and military intelligence to American soldiers. About that same time, Cargill located in Savage and began building ships for the U.S. Navy. This was one of the largest shipbuilding ports in the world, employing about 3500 people during peak production. After the war ended, the Ports of Savage became involved in shipping grain and other products, and is still home today to several thriving businesses that rely on the Minnesota

FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS Emergency Police/Fire Fire (non-emergency) Police (non-emergency) City Hall Parks & Recreation Animal Control Building Inspections Citizen’s Comment Line Public Works Utility Services Utility Billing

911 952-882-2689 952-882-2600 952-882-2660 952-224-3420 952-894-9065 952-882-2650 952-882-2695 952-224-3400 952-224-3440 651-256-3304

CITY COUNCIL Council members serve four-year terms, with elections staggered so there is continuity from one year to the next. The mayoral term is four years.

JANET WILLIAMS Mayor 952-890-1669

MATT JOHNSON Council Member 612-875-0367

CHRISTINE KELLY Council Member 952-890-8637

Term ends Dec. 31, 2019

Term ends Dec. 31, 2019

Term ends Dec. 31, 2019

GENE ABBOTT Council Member 952-440-3250

JANE VICTOREY Council Member 952-894-2105

Term ends Dec. 31, 2017

Term ends Dec. 31, 2017

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GOVERNMENT MEETINGS All city meetings are open to the public. Live meetings are aired and played back on Savage Government TV and streamed online at Additional public, education and government programming, as well as a full calendar of meetings, may be viewed at the city’s website. The Planning Commission meets at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers on the Thursday following regular City Council meetings. FIRST & THIRD MONDAY:

Savage City Council 7 p.m., Council Chambers


Savage City Council Work Session 7 p.m., Council Chambers


Savage Economic Development Commission 7:15 a.m., City Hall


Parks/Recreation/Natural Resources Commission 7 p.m., Council Chambers

CITY DEPARTMENTS Building Inspections 952-882-2650

Natural Resources 952-224-3441

City Hall 952-882-2660

Parks and Recreation 952-224-3420

Communications Department 952-882-2655

Planning Department 952-882-2692

Elections/Voting 952-882-2642

Police Department 952-882-2600

Engineering/Public Works Department 952-882-2671

Report a Crime 952-445-1411

Fire Department 952-882-2689 Human Resources/Employment 952-882-2644

Utility Billing 952-882-2681

Savage Mayor Janet Williams looks through articles at the Savage library. She’s a founding member of the Dan Patch Historical Society. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

ORDINANCES For additional information about other ordinances, call the city offices at 952-882-2660 or visit Curfews Curfews are in place for children age 17 and younger. Those under 12 must be in by 9 p.m. on weeknights and 10 p.m. on weekends. Youth 12-14 must be in by 10 p.m. on weeknights and 11 p.m. on weekends. Those who are between 15 and 17 must be in by 11 p.m. on weeknights and 12 a.m. on weekends. The restrictions apply to public streets, alleys, parks, playgrounds and other public buildings; as well as places of amusement, entertainment, or refreshment; and vacant lots. Details can be found at Weed and Tall Grass Control Grass that is higher than 10 inches, or weeds that have gone to seed, are a violation of city ordinance. If, after written notice, the violation is not corrected, the city may cut the weeds and bill/assess the cost against the property. Parking Parking on city streets is prohibited between 2 and 6 a.m. on any day from November 1 until March 31, except as specified by designated signage or by permit. Tickets will be issued for violations. Snow Removal, Streets Plowing occurs after 2 inches of

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continual snow has accumulated. Collectors and arterial streets are plowed first, then minor arterials. Roadways not integral to traffic movement (cul-de-sacs, dead-end streets and alleys) are plowed last. Roadways are almost always plowed twice, once to clear them, a second time to widen them. Snow Removal, Sidewalks City crews remove snow from sidewalks and trails along collector streets and major roads. Other sidewalks in the city are the responsibility of the abutting property owner and must be cleared within 24 hours of a snow event of two inches or greater accumulation. Water Conservation The city of Savage encourages residents to use water wisely to ensure an adequate community supply and lower water bills, which are sent out at the end of each month. Water rates apply according to the amount of water used: Those using less than 12,000 gallons of water a month pay the lowest fees per 1,000 gallons used. The rates increase for those using 12,000 gallons or more, and increase again for those who use 16,000 gallons or more. No outdoor watering from noon to 5 p.m. Property owners with addresses ending in odd numbers may water only on odd-numbered dates while property owners with addresses ending in even numbers may water only on even numbered dates.



SCOTT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee, MN 55379-1220

952-445-7750 As Scott County continues to be a regional and statewide leader in both population growth and economic development, progress is evident throughout the community. Over the last several years, Scott County has managed to keep its budget in check while still investing in its residents’ future. Scott County is truly committed to its vision: “Where individuals, families, and businesses thrive.” Residents are encouraged to keep current on county news through viewing County Board meetings (available online in “real time” and on-demand), visiting the website (www.scottcountymn.

TTY/TDD : 952-496-8170

com), tuning in to local government access cable for meeting coverage and other programming, following the county on social media, and reading the awardwinning resident newsletter (The Scott County SCENE). In addition, you can become more directly involved by volunteering with various community groups, serving on a citizen advisory committee, or by attending County Board meetings and workshops, which are held on most Tuesdays at 9 a.m. You can visit the website for up-to-date schedule information.


BARB WECKMAN BREKKE District 1 612-616-1086 Term ends Dec. 31, 2020

TOM WOLF District 2 952-440-6805 Term ends Dec. 31, 2020


MICHAEL BEARD District 3 952-583-7090 Term ends Dec. 31, 2018

LUKE HENNEN Sheriff 952-496-8300 Term ends Dec. 31, 2018

RON HOCEVAR County Attorney 952-496-8415 Term ends Dec. 31, 2018

EMERGENCY NUMBERS DAVID BEER District 4 952-393-5296 Dec. 31, 2020

JON ULRICH District 5 612-716-6724 Term ends Dec. 31, 2018

Medical/PoliceFire Directions to the Government Center Job Hotline Switchboard Animal Control Court Administration

911 952-496-8777 952-496-8598 952-445-7750 952-894-9065 952-496-8200

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GOVERNMENT FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS County Administrator Gary L. Shelton 952-496-8100 Deputy County Administrator Lezlie Vermillion 952-496-8062 Building Inspections Jeff Munsterteiger 952-496-8883 County Assessor Michael Thompson 952-496-8972 County Attorney Ron Hocevar 952-496-8415 County Engineer Tony Winiecki 952-496-8008 County Recorder James Hentges 952-496-8362 Customer Service 952-496-8150 Elections Lisa Shadick 952-496-8560 Employee Relations Lori Huss 952-496-8103 Environmental Services 952-496-8177 Facilities Management Joe Wiita 952-496-8063

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Finance Steven Jones 952-496-8765 Information Technology Jeff Peichel 952-445-8113 Parks & Trails Patricia Freeman 952-496-8752 Planning & Zoning Brad Davis 952-496-8654 Public Health Lisa Brodsky 952-496-8520 Sheriff Luke Hennen 952-496-8300 Surveyor James Hentges 952-496-8362

ies, as well as Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Libraries.

Veterans Services Jerry Brua 952-496-8175

Law Library Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee 952-496-8713

LIBRARIES Savage Branch Library 13090 Alabama Ave. 952-707-1770 The Savage Branch Library is part of the Scott County Library System, which allows library card-holders access to libraries in seven communities, including Belle Plaine, Prior Lake, Elko New Market, New Prague, Shakopee and Jordan. In addition, the county-wide system is part of the greater metropolitan system — Metropolitan Library Service Agency — which allows library cardholders access to nearby Hennepin, Carver and other metropolitan county librar-

METROPOLITAN COUNCIL Metropolitan Council Main Office 390 N. Robert St., St. Paul, MN 55101 651-602-1000 The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning organization for the seven-county Twin Cities area. The council advocates for vital communities and a competitive region. It runs the regional bus system, collects and treats wastewater and manages water resources preservation, plans regional parks and administers funds that provide housing oppor-

tunities for low- and moderateincome individuals and families. The council serves a region encompassing 189 cities and townships and a population of 2.85 million. It is divided into 16 districts. The governor appoints a representative for each, as well as the council chairperson. The council’s website provides information about the region and regional services. The site has current data on aviation, demographics, the economy, housing, land use, parks and open space, transportation, and water quality and supply. Forecasts of population, employment and households are available, as are city and township data, regional plans, water resources, and transportation information.

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT Watershed management organizations and watershed districts in the Twin Cities metropolitan area participate in water planning and implementation.

District 191 School Board candidates discuss their ideas for improving the schools at a forum in 2016. From left, the candidates pictured are: DeeDee Currier, Scott Hume, Eric Miller and Darcy Schatz. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

Our clients become e m p o w e r e d as we guide them towards stabilization & mobilization The Community Action Partnership of Scott, Carver and Dakota Counties provides residents with hope, help, and a chance for self-sufficiency through our services and programs. We encourage you to support your community by providing assistance where it is needed most. Your donation will allow us to meet the increased needs of the community we serve. We are regularly seeking corporate and private partnerships, individual donations, and volunteer support from those who believe in our mission.

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GOVERNMENT Scott Watershed Management Organization 952-496-8054 Meetings are the fourth Monday at 4 p.m. at the Scott County Government Center.

LICENSES & DOCUMENTS MOTOR VEHICLE PLATES/ TABS, BOAT & MOTOR LICENSING, TITLE TRANSFERS Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee 952-496-8150 Prior Lake-Savage License Bureau 14033 Commerce Ave., Suite 4, Prior Lake 952-447-8817

Marcey Jorissen works at her desk one day recently. She’s been named the city’s Employee of the Year. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

DRIVER’S LICENSE RENEWALS See above list or visit



Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee 952-496-8150

MN Driver’s License Exam Station 2070 Cliff Rd., Eagan 651-688-1870 LIQUOR & TOBACCO LICENSES/CHARITABLE GAMBLING PERMITS City of Savage 6000 McColl Dr. 952-882-2660

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Room 300, Shakopee 952-445-7751

Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee 952-496-8150 Scott County does these for the unincorporated areas.

Carver-Scott Crisis Program 952-442-7601 (24 hours)


Child Support Enforcement 952-496-8183

Prior Lake License Bureau 14033 Commerce Ave., Prior Lake 952-447-8817 Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee 952-496-8150 Sporting goods and convenience stores also sell these licenses.

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Child Care Assistance 952-496-8686

Financial Assistance 952-496-8686 Home and Community Care Intake 952-496-8556 Mental Health Program 952-445-7751

Public Health Nursing 952-496-8577


Social Services 952-445-7751

Savage Precinct 1 St. John the Baptist Church 4625 W. 125th St.

Volunteer Opportunities 952-496-8169

U.S. POSTAL SERVICE Savage Post Office 6100 McColl Dr., Savage 952-707-0857


Precinct 2 Glendale United Methodist Church 13550 Glendale Rd. Precinct 3 Savage City Hall 6000 McColl Dr. Precinct 4 Harriet Bishop Elementary School 14400 O’Connell Rd. Precinct 5 McColl Pond ELC 13550 Dakota Ave.

Voters must be registered. With the proper identification, they may register on Election Day. Residents may register to vote when renewing driver’s licenses. For more information on voter’s registration, eligibility and/or absentee voting, call or write:

Precinct 6 Bethesda Church 15033 Hwy. 13

Scott County Elections 200 W. Fourth Ave., Shakopee, MN 55379 952-496-8560

Precinct 8 O’Connell Fire Station 14321 O’Connell Rd.

Precinct 7 Bridgewood Church 6201 W. 135th St.


DAN HALL (R-56)* 651-296-5975 HOUSE 651-296-2146 |



Several flags fly outside the American Legion in downtown Savage. (File Photo)



AMY KLOBUCHAR (D) 612-727-5220 MARK DAYTON (D) Governor 651-201-3400

LORI SWANSON (D) Attorney General 651-296-3353

STEVE SIMON (D) Secretary of State 651-296-2803

REBECCA OTTO (D) State Auditor 651-296-2551

AL FRANKEN (D) 651-221-1016



* Term ends Dec. 31, 2016 2017 - 2018 |



Jennifer Dysterheft works out at 9Round, a kickboxing and strength-training gym in Savage. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)



f you’re looking for a place to stay healthy, Savage is a good place to visit and live. The city is home to 23 parks, 22 of which are city-owned. It’s also got multiple gym options, including kickboxing studios and places to practice yoga. If you’re an avid swimmer, there’s also a pool at Lifetime Fitness that people can use for a small fee, thanks to a partnership with the the city. The city also has something called the Savage Sports Center, which offers a way to stay active indoors from November through April. There they offer events, “open play” for adults, kids programming, or even times you can run or walk around the track, among other happenings. During the summer months, the artificial turf comes alive as the dome structure gets taken down. This dome structure is why the Savage Sports Center is commonly called “the dome” throughout the community. Greg Boatman, Savage’s parks and recreation manager, mentioned the places available to buy healthy food, including farmers markets, which not only bring fresh produce but also

“I would say we couldn’t have picked a better place to live.” - Greg Boatman, Savage’s parks and recreation manager.

allow people to connect more as a community. “That’s’ what they’re designed for,” he said. If running is your thing, fun runs are always happening, throughout the summer and even in the winter. These happen locally and regionally and are a good way to stay in shape. Speaking of winter, you can try many different activities even in the bitter cold. From multiple city-run outdoor skating rinks (which offer hot chocolate on a weekly basis) to telemark skiing, skijoring and dog sledding, there are a lot of ways to stay active. And if you’re ever in need of care, there are plenty of places to get help. Many health care practitioners and dentists are available throughout Savage. This includes general practitioners, dentists, mental health counselors, optometrists, massage therapists and chiropractors. Regionally, there are nearby health care facilities, including St. Francis Medical Center in Shakopee and Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville. “Our life has really changed over the last 21 years… because of Savage,” Boatman said of deciding to live here with his family.

HEALTH HEALTH & WELLNESS HOSPITALS Fairview Ridges Hospital 201 E. Nicollet Blvd., Burnsville 952-892-2000 Mayo Clinic Health Systems 301 Second St. NE, New Prague 952-758-4431 St. Francis Regional Medical Center 1455 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee 952-428-3000 MEDICAL CLINICS Allina Health Savage Clinic 6350 W. 143rd St., #102, Savage 952-428-0200 Allina Medical Clinic Shakopee 1601 St. Francis Ave., #100, Shakopee 952-428-3535

Fairview Lakeville Clinic 18580 Joplin Ave., Lakeville 952-892-9555 Fairview Clinics Burnsville 303 Nicollet Blvd. E., Burnsville 952-460-4000 Fairview Clinics Prior Lake 4151 Willowood St. S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-2600 Fairview Clinics Savage 5725 Loftus Lane, Savage 952-226-9500 Park Nicollet Clinic 4670 Park Nicollet Ave., S.E., Prior Lake 1415 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee 952-993-7750 Quello Clinic Ltd. 6350 143rd St., Savage Medical Building, Savage 952-428-0200 Friends Shalom Ewald, left, and Camille Helling, right, both of Burnsville, run in the Savage Sports Center dome on Wednesday morning. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

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Jocelyn Maxwell, 16, a junior, takes pigeon pose in a yoga class at Burnsville High School. She enjoys the class so much that this is her second time taking it. “It’s a good break in the day,” she said. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

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Gary Lane of Carver donates during a blood drive hosted by the American Red Cross at the Savage American Legion. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

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Students face off during a soccer game. (File Photo)

NEVER FAR FROM FUN Situated in one of the Minnesota’s healthiest counties, Savage residents are never far from relaxation and playtime. The area boasts 21 city-managed parks and two state-run parks filled with more than 30 miles of paved and soft-surface trails. Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve and the Eagle Creek Aquatic Management Area combined cover 2,800 acres of fishing, bird watching and woodland pathways. Operated by the Three Rivers District, both state parks provide unique environmental experiences and pull visitors from throughout the region. The Eagle Creek aquatic area is one of the only creeks in the Twin Cities area that is still healthy enough to self-sustain trout fishing. The park reserve trails are often sprinkled with a combination of hikers, mountain bikers and horse riders. The energy doesn’t slow down in the winter, either. Murphy-Hanrehan’s track opens for mostly expert level skiers in the cold months. Beyond the slopes, Savage residents have lots of options for staying active when going outside isn’t ideal. Five outdoor skating rinks are available in the winter throughout Savage. Sometimes free hot chocolate is served to keep skaters going. The Savage Sports Center, located in Community Park, is a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled facility available to residents year round. From November to April, the center hosts open walking and play hours for the public. People can hit golf balls and play soccer, baseball, football, ultimate Fris-

“It’s the best thing the south metro has to offer, seriously.” - Shalom Ewald bee, bocce ball, and lacrosse even when there’s snow outside. Shalom Ewald goes to the sports center a couple of times a week in the winter to run with friends. “It’s the best thing the south metro has to offer, seriously,” Ewald said while at the dome. With a growing population, Savage’s leisure options have expanded. For aging residents, the Burnsville Senior Center serves Savage residents with a variety of activity circles, social meetups and even sunrise stretching. The Savage Senior Club also provides volunteer group activities for older residents who enjoy being involved in the area. For those younger, growing families, the city organizes allage programs that draw about 3,500 participants every year. Summertime is filled with youth camps and kickball, pickleball, softball, bocce ball and sand volleyball adult leagues. Want even more adventure? The annual Dan Patch Days celebration brings four days of food, concerts and community pride every June.


Scott County Fair Board

PERFORMING ARTS Dakota Valley Symphony

Scott County Historical Society/ Stans Museum

Burnsville Performing Arts Center 12600 Nicollet Ave., Burnsville

Southwest Metro Animal Rescue and Adoption Society

Minnesota Valley Chorus

Sophie Herzog, middle, plays Sebastian. She says the cast is “one big happy family.” (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

Prior Lake Players

Dan Patch Historical Society

Moms in Prayer International

South of the River Community Band 651-307-8492

Ducks Unlimited

NOW National Organization for Women – MN Valley

South Metro Chorale Stages Theatre STUDIO ARTS Burnsville Visual Arts Society P.O. Box 1041, Burnsville Minnesota Watercolor Society Scott County Crazy Quilters Upper Midwest Bead Society SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS Savage Arts Council

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS American Legion – Dan Patch Post #643 American Legion Auxiliary Auxillary.html Business Network Int’l – Savage Carver/Scott Master Gardeners

Friends of the Minnesota Valley Friends of the Savage Library w w w. scot tcount ymn . gov/941 / Friends-of-the-Library Great Scott Cycling Club Home Educators for Excellence Knights of Columbus – Father John Deere Council League of Women Voters of MN LaLeche League Marine Corps League

Newcomers Club of the SW Suburbs Optimist Club (Prior Lake) Pheasants Forever Prior Lake Savage Optimist Club Prior Lake VFW Post #6208 Rainbow Animal Rescue Relay for Life of Scott County Rotary International – Savage

Minnesota Valley Riders Saddle Club

Rotary International – Prior Lake

MN Deer Hunters Association


MN Landscape Arboretum Auxiliary

Savage Area Women of Today

MN Valley Mothers of Multiples MN Water Fowl Association

Savage Sno-Pacers

Toastmasters — Midday Mumblers U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol, Viking Squadron

YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS CAMPS Camp Tanadoona 3300 Tanadoona Drive, Excelsior Camp Kici-Yapi 13220 Pike Lake Trail NE, Prior Lake w w w.ym c amn .org /c amps/day_ camp_kici_yapi Burnsville YMCA 13850 Portland Ave. S., Burnsville 4-H CLUBS U of M Extension – Scott County 7151 190th St. W., Jordan The U of M Extension also oversees the 4-H programs in Scott County and can provide information about both the program and existing clubs in the community. Boy Scouts of America Cub Scout Pack 239 unithome.aspx?UID=11408 Girl Scout Council of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys Prior Lake/Savage Girl Scouts

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P.L.A.Y. – Prior Lake Athletics for Youth Prior Lake-Savage Hockey Association Prior Lake Soccer Club

Savage Sno Pacers WATER SKIING Shakopee-Prior Lake Shockwaves Water Ski Team

YOUTH SPORTS 16151 Main Ave SE, Ste 2 Prior Lake

Burnsville/MN Valley Figure Skating Club

South Metro Storm Swim Club For more clubs/organizations, contact the Savage Parks and Recreation Department at 952224-3400.

BAC – Burnsville Athletic Club Burnsville Fire Soccer Club




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LIVING Nikki Bottin, a licensed esthetician at Hy-Vee in Savage, grabs coffee from Starbucks during a break. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)


hen selecting a place to live, most people want to be somewhere they can balance all aspects of their lives: Health, relationships and family life, finances, entertainment/ nightlife and more. With a population of 30,807 (as of 2016 census data), Savage has been recognized by BusinessWeek and Money Magazine as one of the best and most affordable places to live. It’s a very convenient place to live. Located between two major routes – Highway 169 and Interstate 35W — it has everything you need, including parks, retail and entertainment businesses. But if you feel like leaving the city to check out nearby attractions, it’s close to Canterbury Park, Valleyfair and Mystic Lake, among other destinations in the Twin Cities and southwest suburbs. Rachel Wagener is a huge fan of Savage. Originally from Lakeville, Wagener likes to say Savage is her childhood home because of how much time she spent at the music store where she works, LaVonne Music in Savage. “We still have a small-town vibe in that we have a lot of small businesses that have been here for a trillion years,” she said. It’s the kind of place where people can feel comfortable talking to their neighbors, even if they’ve never met before.

Just the facts Savage is home to a diverse and active religious community. It includes several Christian churches, a non-traditional spiritual center as well as a Buddhist monastery. “I have single-handedly found and reunited four dogs with their owners,” she said. Speaking of animals, you can take your pets around the city, which features 23 parks. Other unique environmental features include Eagle Creek (one of the last Brown Trout streams in the metro) and Boiling Springs, which is a historic landmark. Savage also has an active nightlife. One place people can go is a local bar called Neisen’s Sports Bar and Grill, where popular 80s bands have played, including Poison, Cinderella, Winger and Twisted Sister. “We’ve had these incredibly famous people come down here,” Wagener said. “They think our town is special enough.”


Fadumo Osman, left, a 16-year-old sophomore at Burnsville High School, talks with Najma Abdi, right. Abdi is a 16-year-old junior at BHS who helped raise funds for an event called the South of the River Powwow. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)


ville High School Student Council member serves as the student representative on the board, but does not have voting privileges.

T h e S avage comm unit y is served, mainly, by two school districts: Independent School District (ISD) 191 (BurnsvilleEagan-Savage) and ISD 719 (Prior Lake-Savage Area). A small portion of Savage is served by the Shakopee School District ISD 720. Bloomington ISD 271 also serves a small part of the city, but there are no homes in the area.

All board meetings are open to the public. Meetings are held, with few exceptions, at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at Diamondhead Education Center, 200 W. Burnsville Pkwy., Burnsville. Public notice is given if the time, date and/or location changes, as well as if a special meeting is called.

Board of Education The Board of Education governs ISD 191. There are seven directors on the board, elected at-large. Terms overlap to ensure continuity of board membership. A Burns-

Meetings are also cablecast live in Burnsville, Eagan and Savage. Check with your cable provider for the correct channel. Board meetings can also be viewed on the district’s website at www.

Eagle Ridge Middle School eighth-grader Jackelin Sierra, of Burnsville, explains her group’s project in a robotics class. They created a lemonade maker. (Photo by Britt Johnsen) 2017 - 2018 |


LIVING Abigail Alt Chair Term expires 2018

Educational enrichment courses, sports and recreation, and special tours are available outside the school day. Also offers The EDGE summer program for 6-9th graders.

Dr. DeeDee Currier Vice Chair Term expires 2020

FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS ISD 191 District Offices 200 W. Burnsville Parkway, Burnsville 952-707-2000

Jim Schmid Clerk Term expires 2018

Cindy Amoroso Interim Superintendent 952-707-2005

Bob VandenBoom Treasurer Term expires 2018

Dave Watkins Interim Assistant Superintendent 952-707-2080

Daniel W. Luth Director Term expires 2018 Eric Miller Director Term expires 2020 Darcy Schatz Director Term expires 2020 Luke Haddorff Student Representative FACILITIES Burnsville High School 600 E. Hwy. 13, Burnsville 952-707-2100 Burnsville Alternative High School 2140 Diffley Rd., Eagan 952-707-4020 Eagle Ridge Middle School 13955 Glendale Rd., Savage 952-707-2800 John Metcalf Middle School 2250 Diffley Rd., Burnsville 952-707-2400 Joseph Nicollet Middle School 400 E. 134th St., Burnsville 952-707-2600 Edward Neill Elementary 13409 Upton Ave. S., Burnsville 952-707-3100

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Stacey Sovine Human Resources Administrator 952-707-2010 Meena Pothini, a second-grader at Harriet Bishop, gets her hair cut for donation. (Photo by Britt Johnsen) Gideon Pond Elementary 613 E. 130th St., Burnsville 952-707-3000

William Byrne Elementary 11608 River Hills Dr., Burnsville 952-707-3500

Harriet Bishop Elementary 14400 O’Connell Rd., Savage 952-707-3900

Diamondhead Education Center 200 W. Burnsville Pkwy., Burnsville 952-707-4112

Hidden Valley Elementary 13875 Glendale Rd., Savage 952-707-3800


Marion W. Savage Elementary 4819 W. 126th St., Savage 952-707-3200 Rahn Elementary 4424 Sandstone Dr., Eagan 952-707-3600

Sioux Trail Elementary 2801 River Hills Dr., Burnsville 952-707-3300 Sky Oaks Elementary 100 E. 134th St., Burnsville 952-707-3700 Vista View Elementary 13109 Co. Rd. 5, Burnsville 952-707-3400

Early Education and Learning Readiness 952-707-4150 Childcare for children age birth to 5 as well as programs for parents of children, age birth to 5, with the goal that children and parents will grow, learn, discover and enjoy each other. Project KIDS Child Care 952-707-4150 Child care offered before- and after-school is available at all elementary schools in the district. The program also offers infant, toddler, preschool Project KIDS, Tiny Tots preschool program and a kindergarten readiness program. Youth Enrichment 952-707-4150

Lisa Rider Business Manager 952-707-2050 Stacie Stanley Director of System Improvement & Student Achievement 952-707-2008 Glenn Simon Director of Operations and Properties 952-707-2035 Ruth Dunn Communications Director 952-707-2020

PRIOR LAKE SAVAGE AREA SCHOOLS ISD 719 Prior L ake-Savage A rea Schools serve Prior Lake, portions of Savage and several townships south of Prior Lake. Roughly 8,300 students are enrolled in the district’s 14 schools. In addition to the variety of curriculum choices available, the school district prides itself on its E-STEM focus (Environmental Education – Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

U.S. Sen. Al Franken talks with Burnsville High School student Anna Bunce about her work on the Geek Squad Help Desk. (Photo by Britt Johnsen) Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools 4540 Tower St. S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-0000 Prior Lake School Board The Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board is the school district’s governing body. It is composed of seven members, each of whom is a district resident elected by voters. The terms are staggered, with elections conducted in November of even-numbered years. Regular Board meetings can be viewed live on the district’s website and on Prior Lake Educational Access Channel 17 in Prior Lake and Savage. The first School Board meeting of each month is at 7 p.m. The second meeting of each month is at 6 p.m. and is reserved for board study sessions, which are open to the public. School Board meetings

and study sessions are held at the District Services Center, 4540 Tower St., Prior Lake. For meeting dates, visit www.priorlake-savage.k12. Citizens who wish to address the School Board on an agenda item may do so at the discretion of, and with advance notification of, the School Board Chairperson.

Melissa Enger Director Term expires 2020

School Board Mailing Address 4540 Tower St. S.E., Prior Lake, MN 55372

Mary Frantz Director Term expires 2020

District Services Center 4540 Tower St. S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-0000

Current board members are:

Ben Hanson Director Term expires 2018

Richard Wolf Chair Term expires 2018 Lee Shimek Vice Chair/Clerk Term expires 2020 Stacey Ruelle Treasurer Term expires 2018

Todd Sorensen Director Term expires 2018 Katy Anderson Student Representative Term expires 2018 952-226-0000


Prior Lake High School 7575 W. 150th St., Savage 952-226-8600 Hidden Oaks Middle School 15855 Fish Point Rd. S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-0700 Twin Oaks Middle School 15860 Fish Point Rd. S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-0500 Five Hawks Elementary 16620 Five Hawks Ave. S.E., Prior Lake 952-226-0100

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Circle of Friends Preschool 952-226-0956 SAGE Academy (School for the Advancement of Gifted Education) 952-226-0400 The SAGE Academy at WestWood Elementary is available to qualified students in grades 3,4 and 5. SAGE teachers are well versed in differentiation and curriculum modification for high-ability learners. Atlas Alternative Learning Program 952-226-0500 The Atlas program at Twin Oaks Middle School is available to all qualified students in grades 7-8. Atlas class sizes are small with curriculum that is closely integrated with middle school core classes. Atlas is designed to reach all learners, especially those who struggle in the traditional school setting.

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Students gather for a photo for a groundbreaking at Aspen Academy in Savage, which is embarking on a 37,000 square foot expansion project to accommodate its growth. The charter school has grown from 430 students in 2013 to about 500 students in 2017. With the expansion, they’ll be able to accommodate up to 678 students by the 2021-22 school year. At the event on Nov. 2, school and city leaders celebrated the project and the school’s growth. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

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Matt Deutsch, left, instructs his culinary arts students on what to do next in an afternoon where they made pretzels. Deutsch is a language arts and culinary arts teacher at Burnsville High School, which has several partnerships with the business community and has had a renewed focus on college and career preparation. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)



avage saw growth again this year in its business development as it brought in a new Hy-Vee, which has an extensive array of choices. Besides groceries, the new store offers dry-cleaning, makeup and other beauty products and services, as well as a Starbucks coffee shop, clothing, a casual dining area that looks kind of like a mall food court, a full-service restaurant with an outdoor dining area, and a medical clinic space and pharmacy. There’s also a second drive-through Starbucks next to the gas station. “Small and medium-sized businesses are the heart and soul of our community,” said Anne Masis, president of the Savage Chamber of Commerce. “We have some great large businesses as well.” Though any new store or restaurant is usually the talk of the town when it opens, Savage’s economy has all kinds of businesses that people in and near the community frequent. From well-known chain restaurants to small shops in the downtown area to big-box stores, Savage has a variety of companies residents and community members can choose from. There are myriad retail and dining options, several kinds of grocery stores — including a few ethnic grocery stores — as

Just the facts Katie Moras was Savage Chamber’s Business Person of the Year, which was announced December 2016. She’s the owner of El Bosque Encantado, a Spanish immersion school on the border of Savage and Prior Lake.

well as health care facilities to choose from. There are even kickboxing gyms and places to do yoga. If you need to go to a mall, there are nearby options in Burnsville and Eagan, as well. There are also quite a few manufacturers and large companies that do business in Savage. For example, Cargill, Fabcon and Continental Machines all have operations here. As for what gets made in Savage, one company, called Beckhoff Automation LLC, makes industrial PCs and software that pretty much run manufacturing plants at companies around the world. Another company, called Anchor Iron, designs, builds and sells a variety of custom iron railings, storm doors, spiral staircases, window grills and fireplace doors. And yet another business, Superior Minerals, mines materials in Iowa and then it comes to Savage, where it is processed and made into shingles. If you’re curious about how to open your own business in Savage, the city dedicates a portion of its website to sharing resources about starting or expanding a company. The website is at

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COLUMN It’s been another busy year at the Savage Chamber of Commerce. It has been a great year for business growth in our area and we anticipate that in 2018, we will continue to see residential and commercial growth. You’ve likely seen many new businesses opening their doors in Savage this year. Savage continues to be a city that is a great place to live, play, and do business! In 2017, new grocers opened their doors, including Hy-Vee and Fresh Thyme. The corner of County Road 42 and Highway 13 is busy with new companies, including Noodles & Co., Club Pilates, and Tim Horton’s. The corner also has welcomed two new dental practices to town. Dentists of Savage and Park Dental both moved into the

Anne Masis area recently. Highmark Builders, Highmark Restoration and Highmark Exteriors recently built their new facility in the last remaining vacant lot in the Eagle Creek Business district. Savage continues to be an

attractive area for families to move to. Savage is recognized for our quaint downtown, low crime rates, job growth, along with many other factors that include exceptional health care services, and outstanding schools. These great amenities contribute to a first class quality of life and business climate in the city of Savage! You may also have noticed new housing developments around town. The Big Sky Estates development is the development that is being phased in at the Prior Lake Aggregates site, and Providence is also currently being developed on the corner of County Roads 27 and 16. Other developments will take shape as our population continues to grow. Mark your calendars for

Dan Patch Days, June 21-24, 2018. The Board of Directors and Committee are already hard at work planning another exceptional celebration for 2018. We highly encourage residents and businesses to get involved! For more information on sponsorship, volunteering, or getting involved, please contact the Savage Chamber at 952894-8876. Savage continues to be a great community to do business, to live in, and to visit! We encourage you to stop by the Savage Chamber and learn how you can get your business involved and how you can connect with your community. Anne Masis President, Savage Chamber of Commerce

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Carver-Scott Humane Society Executive Director Mandi Wyman holds a cat at the Chaska office. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)



f you’re an animal lover, pet owner or planning to own or even foster a pet, Savage has much to offer. Dog owners can use two off-leash dog parks, other parks (close to two dozen) as well as many trails to choose from. The first off-leash dog park is at Highway 13 West Frontage Road and Xenwood Avenue. It’s free and has two acres of fenced-in areas for dogs to roam. The second is at Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve. It’s three acres and is fully fenced with double gate entrances. It also has a water and dog wash station for non-winter months and has an automated pay station. “They are kept up so well,” Mandi Wyman said of local dog parks, which she called “phenomenal.” Wyman is the executive director of the Carver-Scott Humane Society. There’s also an event aimed at dog owners, the Savage Chamber’s annual DoggiePalooza event. It offers attendees a business expo, contests, as well as an agility course and obedience demonstration, among other features. But some dog business is a bit more serious. Owners must license their dogs and renew annually. Documentation that the dog has been vaccinated against rabies is required in order

“We really try hard to support our residents in ways that are meaningful for them.” Mandi Wyman Executive director of the Carver-Scott Humane Society

to get one; the fee is $15 or $10 if the dog has been spayed or neutered. There are veterinarians, groomers, pet sitters, pet supply and food stores, as well as places to buy treats and toys for kitties. If you’re an animal lover looking to rescue, foster or adopt a cat, dog or other animal, there are a multitude of places serving the area. There is the Carver-Scott Humane Society in Chaska and Wyman said people are always welcome to volunteer or foster. Other choices include Saving the Strays in New Prague and Protecting Paws Animal Rescue in Prior Lake, which all serve the Savage area. There is also a nonprofit called Pawsitive Perspectives Assistance Dogs (PawPADs). The organization provides people with disabilities skilled assistance dogs and diabetic alert dogs. If you’ve lost a pet, you can call Animal Control (4 Paws) at 952-894-9065 or the Impound Information line at 952-8949065.


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Savage Mayor Janet Williams discusses Savage history. She’s a founding member of the Dan Patch Historical Society, which turned 25 in 2016. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)



Savage Mayor Janet Williams poses for a photo at the Savage Library June 21, where the statue of Dan Patch will likely be placed once it’s built. (Photo by Britt Johnsen)

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n March 1992, a small team of people with a passion for the History of Savage’s namesake and his famous pacer won approval from the Minnesota Secretary of State for their articles that incorporated the Dan Patch Historical Society. The society’s mission was and remains the collection, preservation and dissemination of historical knowledge and artifacts about Dan Patch and his owner, M. W. Savage. The founding members who signed the articles were former City Administrator Mark McNeill, George Augustinack who was the vice president, board member and legal counsel Joe Cade, President Del

Stelling and secretary Janet Williams (now the mayor of Savage). In their first meeting on March 24, the board unanimously approved having a booth at Heritage Days (now called Dan Patch Days). The society has been a presence there ever since; recruiting members, educating citizens and generating interest in the person and his pacer. Sometimes the board would meet in the old Savage Public Library (which was the old Savage Bank), and sometimes they were at the Evergreen or Buckboard restaurants or maybe City Hall. Some of the first items in the society’s archives were purchased from Joe Egan’s coveted collection, including a book, a movie poster

Right- Dan Patch with trainer Harry Hersey. (Submitted photo)

Below - Dan Patch in an undated photo. (Photo courtesy Dan Patch Historical Society )

and a sulky. Over the decades, many artifacts of historical value have been generously donated to the society. Also right from the beginning merchandise was available to purchase, including the International Stock Food Farm book, buttons, postcards, pins, cups and even a collectors crock. Proceeds from sales as well as membership dues were used to purchase brochures and giveaways such as membership cards and the Dan Patch coloring book. Fundraising was essential to help the society fulfill its mission of collection, preserving and educating. Many times every year presentations by board members are made to schools, scouts and many civic groups and organizations. Storyboards have been donated to all area schools and pictures and artifacts can be seen in many of the businesses in town. The society still raises funds and has many items for sale through its website, including four books by professional authors. The year 1992 also saw the premier of the DPHS newsletter,

which was first published in the Savage Review and is now mailed to all members, containing original writing, the latest donated memorabilia, and information on Dan Patch Days and the goings-on in the society. The society has worked with the Minnesota State Fair Board many times throughout the years, most notably in 1996 when Commonwealth Avenue was re-named Dan Patch Avenue and again extensively on the 100th anniversary of Dan breaking the pacing record at the fair in 2006. The fair gave him his own day (Dan Patch Day) and the Society had a big tent to display memorabilia and was also part of the parade. In 1996, Mayor Don Egan and his council decided to build a new Savage Public Library and it was important to them to showcase the city’s rich history. They formed a partnership with the society, which created the Heritage Room and the front display case, which now houses permanent displays of artifacts, documents and a great deal of the history of Savage.

The Horseshoe Hunt also began in ’96 in conjunction with the Dan Patch Days celebration. Through published prompts, a clue master led interested parties to public property searching for a replica of Dan’s shoe, that he threw, for a prize to accrue (sorry). Shortly after the turn of the last century, the society launched its website, Of course these historians needed a great deal of help in this technological endeavor. Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of the society began in 2001 with efforts to bring the historic Savage Depot back from Murphy’s Landing. The Depot had closed in 1970 and was moved to the landing in 1973. The closing and tear down of both the Dan Patch Lounge and the Savage Municipal Liquor Store provided a town square site perfect for repurposing the 1880 structure. After selling commemorative personalized engraved bricks, receiving monetary donations and a generous donation of labor and materials from project manager and board member Rob Fendler, in July 2006 the Depot

finally returned home. Over the years the Society has worked closely on projects with the Minnesota, Scott County, Carver County and Bloomington historical societies, Canterbury Park and Running Aces racetracks, the Minnesota Racing Commission, the Scott County and Wisconsin State Fairs, the Hambletonian Society, the Minnesota Harness Racing Hall of Fame as well as authors. Debra Savage is a descendant of M.W. and a sculptor working on a project called the Dan Patch Project for a statue of Dan Patch at the State Fairgrounds and a statue of Dan Patch and Mr. Savage at the Savage Public Library. The Dan Patch Historical Society currently has about 60 members from Hawaii in the Pacific to Florida on the Atlantic, even a former member from England. This team of historians still has a passion for continuing its mission; we thank you for your continued support and welcome any and all to share in this mission and join the fun! Jim Ross is a lifelong resident of Savage and a Board Member of the Dan Patch Historical Society. 2017 - 2018 |



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CHIROPRACTIC CARE LifeForce Family Chiropractic 8734 & 8742 W. County Road 42 Savage, MN 55378 952-746-4404

Sugar Creek Chiropractic 112 W Second St. Chaska, MN 55318 952-448-2722

CHURCH / WORSHIP Living Christ Lutheran Church 820 Lake Drive Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-934-5110

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Living Hope Lutheran Church and School 8600 Horizon Drive S. Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-1785

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Chaska Dental Center 2634 Shadow Lane Chaska, MN 55318 952-448-4151

Dentist of Savage Pastor Stephen Schmiel 14012 Hwy. 13 Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church (WELS) Savage, MN 16840 Hwy. 13 S. Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-447-6955

Trinity Hill

306 W. 78th St. Chanhassen, MN 55317

Westwood Church

3121 Westwood Drive Chanhassen, MN 55331 952-224-7300

DAYCARE / PRESCHOOL Eden Prairie Community Education


Michael King Orthodontics 2687 W. 78th St. Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-470-2627

Radiance Dental

500 W. 79th St. Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-934-7987

Valley Dental Care

814 Walnut Place Chaska, MN 55318 952-448-4204

8040 Mitchell Road Eden Prairie, MN 55344 952-975-6940


Kinderberry Hill Child Development Center

290 Lake Drive E. Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-934-6677

10160 Hennepin Town Rd. Eden Prairie, MN 55347 952-345-8012

Little Saints Early Learning and Childcare Center 5634 Luther Road SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-2525

DENTAL Chanhassen Family Dentistry 8116 Mallory Court Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-443-3368

American Legion Post 580

Eileen’s Colossal Cookies 6880 Boudin St. NE, #185 Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-2253

El Loro Mexican Grill

4749 W. Hwy. 13 Savage, MN 55378 952-736-8307

El Toro Mexican Restaurant

1120 First Ave. E. Shakopee, MN 55379 952-496-9080


BUSINESS DIRECTORY Laker’s Tavern & Pizza

15750 Hwy. 13 S. Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-447-5827

VFW Club/Prior Lake 16306 Main Ave. SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-6208

ENTERTAINMENT / RECREATION Chanhassen Dinner Theatres 501 W. 78th St. Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-934-1525

Chaska Community Center 1661 Park Ridge Drive Chaska, MN 55318 952-448-5633

Golden Ridge Stables, Inc 8315 190th St. W. Lakeville, MN 55044 952-469-4640

Lakeville Area Arts Center

20965 Holyoke Ave. Lakeville, MN 55044 952-985-4640

Minnesota Harvest

8251 Old Hwy. 169 Blvd. Jordan, MN 55352 952-492-2785

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum 3675 Arboretum Drive Chaska, MN 55318 952-443-1400

River Valley Ranch, Inc

16480 Jonathan Carver Parkway Carver, MN 55315 952-361-3361

FINANCIAL Charter Bank

706 Walnut St. Chaska, MN 55318 952-361-2265

Edward Jones - Scott Pierce

16154 Main Ave. SE, Suite 110b Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-447-8800

South Metro Federal Credit Union 8001 Old Carriage Court, Suite A Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-0888

South Metro Federal Credit Union 2573 Credit Union Drive Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-445-0888

FITNESS River Valley YMCA – Prior Lake 3575 N. Berens Rd. NW Prior Lake, MN 55379 952-230-9622

Snap Fitness

6880 Boudin St. NE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-3481

Transformation Club

1363 Park Road Suite A Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-224-4852

FLORIST Shakopee Florist

409 First Ave. E. Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-0868

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12804 Nicollet Ave. S. Burnsville, MN 55337 952-894-5080

HOME SERVICES Gardeneer Inc.

572 Bavaria Lane Chaska, MN 55318 952-361-5502

Glowing Hearth & Home Inc 4425 W. 123rd St. Savage, MN 55378 952-808-0754

Mr. Handyman

551 W. 78th St., #213 Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-260-8899

Quality Systems AC & Refrigeration 16857 Welcome Ave. SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-2665

Real Living 1st MSP Realty

4827 W. 123rd St. Savage, MN 55378 952-465-0177

INSURANCE B. Craig Thalacker Agency, Inc. 2638 Shadow Lane, #110 Chaska, MN 55318 952-448-4374

Oak Tree Insurance

15870 Franklin Trail SE, #105A Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-469-9261 2017 - 2018 |




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Fairview Clinics

Prior Lake/Savage Rental Center

Eden Prairie Community Education

830 Prairie Center Drive, #180 Eden Prairie, MN 55344 952-826-6500

Fairview Clinics

5725 Loftus Lane Savage, MN 55378 952-226-9500

Fairview Clinics

4151 Willowwood St. SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-2600

15233 Hwy. 13 S. Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-447-7000

RETAIL Carlson Ace Hardware 16281 Main Ave. SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-447-2240

8040 Mitchell Road Eden Prairie, MN 55344 952-975-6940

St. Paul’s Lutheran School 5634 Luther Road SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-447-2117


Link Lumber

All Saints Senior Living

Paar Sports & Promotions

Auburn Manor

Prior Lake Ace Hardware

Summerwood of Chanhassen


16820 Duluth Ave. SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-6820

Best Cleaners

Simon’s Flooring & Design

Valley Ridge, A Presbyterian Homes & Services Managed Community

Lakeview Clinic

110105 Pioneer Trail Chaska, MN 55318 952-556-0120

St. Francis Regional Medical Center 1455 St Francis Ave Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 428-3000

7886 Market Blvd. Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-937-0039

Daniel J. Stanley, Stanley & Wencl, LLC Construction & Facility Services

1440 W. Third Ave. Shakopee, MN, 55379 952-445-3240 16151 Main Ave. SE, Suite 2 Prior Lake, MN 55327 612-424-2101

16511 Anna Trail SE Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-3567

The Mustard Seed


10000 Great Plains Blvd Chanhassen, MN 55318 952-445-6555

DS Design-Graphic Design

Twisted Loop Yarn Shop

Shakopee, MN 55379 952-595-8042

Jodi Langhorst See Law Office & Dispute Resolution Services, PLLC - Jodi J. See, Esq. 16186 Main Ave. SE, #200 Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-226-1220

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Library Building 16210 Eagle Creek Avenue Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-240-8550

1880 Independence Drive Shakopee, MN 55379 952-233-7351 501 Oak St. N. Chaska, MN 55318 952-448-9303 525 Lake Drive Chanhassen, MN 55317 952-294-5500

1921 Burnsville Parkway W. Burnsville, MN 55337 952-882-4000

TRAVEL Shakopee Travel Leaders 16731 Hwy. 13 S., #108A Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-445-6463

SouthWest Transit

13500 Technology Drive Eden Prairie, MN 55344 952-949-2287

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