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Overview
Rosemount residents enjoy the advantages of living in a community with both a small town and a large metropolitan city atmosphere. It is a community rich with resources undeveloped land, easy access to Mpls/St. Paul and other markets; quality education and friendly residents.

Location
County:                             Dakota
Region:                              East Twin Cities Metro
Distance from Minneapolis:    25
US Congressional District:     2
MN Legislative District:         57
Web site:                           www.ci.rosemount.mn.us
Last Updated:                     3/22/2016

Population
   2000 Census

 2010 Census

2014Estimate 

 Community:  14,619  21,874  22,998
 County:  355,904  398,552  412,529
 Nearest MSA:  2,968,806  2,849,567  3,495,176
 Minnesota:  4,919,479  5,303,925  5,457,125



Major Employers
 Employer

 NAICS 

 Products/Services

 Employee
Count

 Rosemount School District #196   6111  Elementary & Secondary Schools  4,000
 Flint Hills Resources  3241  Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing 1,300
 Wayne Transports  4841  General Freight Trucking  450
 Dakota County Technical College     6115  Technical & Trade Schools  270
 Intermediate School District 917 6111  Elementary & Secondary Schools  190
 Cub Foods 445110  Supermarket Grocery  130
 Spectro Alloys Corp  3313  Alumina & Aluminum Production & Processing  121
 El Dorado Packaging  3222  Converted Paper Product Manufacturing  90
 Proto Labs         333249  Injection Molding Machinery Plastics Manufacturing   71
 Astro Plastics  3261  Plastics Product Manufacturing  55
 Endres Processing LLC  311119  Other Animal Food Manufacturing  50
 MRCI  624310  Rehabilitation Vocational Services  42
Source: City of Rosemount 2016



Workforce
 

 Dakota County

  Twin Cities Region

 Labor Force  234,664 1,638,153
 Employment  185,818 1,691,650
 Unemployment Rate  3%  3.7%

 
   
   
 


Source: DEED – 2016 


Employment by Industry
 Industry

 Dakota County

  Twin Cities Region

 Accommodation and Food Services 15,224 134,542
 Administrative and Waste Services 7,696 95,792
 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 925 3,297
 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 3,176 33,324
 Construction 11,559 68,417
 Educational Services 13,437 132,665
 Finance and Insurance 11,429 105,252
 Health Care and Social Assistance 21,765 250,954
 Information  7,203 38,653
 Management of Companies and Enterprises 3,431 69,733
 Manufacturing 19,833 168,426
 Mining  222 733
 Other Services, Ex. Public Admin  7,168 56,331
 Professional and Technical Services 7,713 110,962
 Public Administration  5,358 69,414
 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing  3,147 30,953
 Retail Trade 23,395 162,531
 Transportation and Warehousing 12,934 62,627
 Utilities  537 6,242
 Wholesale Trade 9,660 79,543
 Source: DEED – Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages



Utilities
 Utility Type  Utility Name   Utility Phone  Contact   Contact Phone 
 Electricity  Dakota Electric Assn  (651) 463-6212  Peggy Johnson  (651) 463-6232
 Electricity  Xcel Energy  (800) 895-1999  Ken Stabler  (800) 895-4999
 Natural Gas  Minnesota Energy Resources Corp  (800) 889-9508  Deb Durran  (800) 889-9508
 Natural Gas  Xcel Energy  (800) 895-1999  Ken Stabler  (800) 895-4999
 Wastewater  Metropolitan Council Environmental Svc  (651) 602-1269  Tim O'Donnell  (651) 602-1269
 Water  Rosemount Municipal  (651) 322-2022  Utility Billing  (651) 322-2099


 Water Information    Wastewater Information  
 Water Source:  Wells  Treatment Type:  Mechanical Plant
 Storage Capacity:  3,500,000 gal.  Capacity of Plant:  840,000 gal./day
 Pumping Capacity:  8,600 gal./minute  Average Demand:  485,000 gal./day
 Average Demand:  2,344,546 gal./day  Peak Demand:  1,000,000 gal./day
 Peak Demand:  6,259,400 gal./day  Usage Charge:  Base Chg. $2,485/SAC unit;
 $1.80/1,000 gal.
 Total Water Hardness:  17 ppm    
 Industrial Water Rate: WAC Charge dependent on
meter size ;
 $1.29/0-100,000 gal.
 $1.62/100,000-200,000 gal.
 $2.02/200,000-300,000 gal.
 $2.10/>300,000 gal.
   



Communications
Telephone Information
 Local Telephone Company:  Frontier Communications of MN (888) 775-4388
   Charter Communications (888) 438-2427
   FTTH Communications (651) 925-4250
 Digital Central Switch:  Yes
 Equal Access Market:  Yes
 Extended Area Service:  Yes
 Custom Calling Features:  Yes
 Customized Local Area Services:  Yes
 Current Technologies:  ISDN
   
 Internet Service  
 Local Public Internet Access Site:  No
 Multiple Internet Service Providers:  Yes - same as telephone providers above.

Newspapers Information
 Newspaper Name  Telephone  Frequency
 Dakota County Tribune  (952) 894-1111  Weekly
 Rosemount Town Pages  (651) 460-6606  Weekly
 Sun ThisWeek Newspapers  (952) 894-1111  Weekly



Commercial Transportation & Shipping
Highway Information
 Interstate

Miles from Community 

Load Limit in Tons 

 I-35 10 
     
 Four Lane

Miles from Community 

Load Limit in Tons 

 CO-42 Within 
 US-52 Within
     
 Other Miles from Community 

Load Limit in Tons 

 MN-3 Within   9 
 MN-55 Within 9

Truck Information
Truck Lines:            24
Truck Terminals:        3

Navigable Water Information
Mississippi River        Depth: 9 Feet

Rail Information
Inter-Model Facility:                No
Inter-Model Facility Distance:    20 Miles

 Rail Line

Frequency 

Reciprocal Switching 

Distance to Main Line 

Passenger Service 

 CP Rail Daily  Yes  No 
 Union Pacific Daily  Yes  No 

Air Service Information
 Name:  Mpls./St. Paul International Airport
 Location:  Bloomington
 Miles to:  8 Miles
 Longest Runway Length:  10,000 feet
 Surface Type:  Paved
 Lighted:  Yes
 Customs:   Yes
 Service Type:  Charter, Commercial, Freight, Jet
 Navigational Aids:  BEACON, DEM, ILS, VOR/DME
 Weather Info Systems:  AWOSA/MNWAS, SAWRS
 Major Airlines:  American, Continental, Delta, TWA, United Airlines, US Air



Housing & Commercial Activity
 Unit Type

 % of Unit Types

 Estimated # of Units 

 Single Family  66%   5,339 
 Multi-Family  32%  2,469
 Manufactured Housing  2%  204

Household Type and Income Comparison
 Category

 Metro Area 

Dakota County 

 Rosemount 

 Owner-Occupied  70%  75%   87% 
 Renter-Occupied  30%  25%  13%
 Median Value   $212,600  $220,500  $233,700
 Income  $68,019  $74,995  $86,845
Source: American Community Survey, 2010-2014



Business & Community Services
Financial Institution Information
 Name  Phone Number 
 Vermillion Bank  (651) 438-4303 
 Merchants Bank  (651) 423-5000
 First State Bank of Rosemount  (651) 423-1121

Local Medical Facilities Information
 Facility Type  Number of Facilities
 Clinic  1
 Dentist  5
 Doctor  2
 Hospital  0
 Nursing Home  0
   
 Name of Nearest Hospital  Fairview Ridges, Burnsville
 Miles to Nearest Hospital  7

Local Transit Information
 Service  Available
 Inter-Community Bus  Yes 
 Intra-Community Bus  No
 Taxi/Cab  Yes
 Disabled Transportation  Yes

Local Transit Providers
 Transit Type  Name  Phone
 Inter-City Bus  Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA)   (952) 882-7500

Library Information
Robert Trail Library
14395 South Robert Trail
Phone: (651) 480-1200
Internet Access:  Yes

Recreation Information
Facilities: Rosemount Community Center and Ice Arena, 10 screen theater, 24 ball fields, Dakota County Spring Lake Park, 7 community parks, 20 neighborhood parks

Festival/Arts:  Leprechaun Days in July; Rosemount Area Arts Council (RAAC)

Service Organizations:  Northern Dakota County Chamber of Commerce, Jaycees, Lion/Lioness, Rotary Club, VFW, American Legion and Auxiliary, Meals on Wheels



Education
Post-Secondary Information
 Name of Institution  Location
 Dakota County Technical College  Rosemount
 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Metro  Minneapolis-St. Paul

Local K-12 Information
 School Type

 # of Schools

 Enrollment

 Grades

 Pupil-Teacher Ratio

 Elementary  2  1,554  K-5  23:1
 Middle School  1  1,200  6-8  30:1
 High School  1  2,100  9-12  26:1
 Private/Parochial  2  458  K-12  24:1

School Districts:    196, 199, 200, 917
Telecommunications Use Available at Local K-12:    No
High School Graduates Attending Post-Secondary:    85%
State Wide Average:    71%



Government
Structure Information
 Organization:  Mayor/Council
 Budget:  $11,039,302
 Community Bond Rating:  Moody's - Aa2
 Comprehensive Land Use Plan:  Yes
 Locally Controlled Loan Program:  No
 Recycling:  Yes
 Industrial Plans Approved by:  City Building Official, City Council

Property Taxes - Payable 2016
 Property Tax Information      Assessed Market Value Information  
 Municipal Tax Rate  .43130      Commercial/Industrial  $281,113,600
 County Tax Rate  .28589    Residential  $1,845,715,000
 School Tax Rate  .18984    Other  $161,466,270
 Misc. Tax Rate  .05061      
 Total Tax Rate  .95764    Total  $2,288,294,870

Minnesota commercial real estate taxes are based upon market value of taxable property as set by the local assessor. To calculate the tax for the current year, first compute the tax capacity by multiplying all property value up to $150,000 times .015, plus any value over $150,000 times .02. Example: net tax capacity on a $200,000 business property: ($150,000 X .015) + ($50,000 X .02) = $2,250 + $1,000 = $3,250. Tax capacity times the tax rate equals taxes owed. Commercial and industrial property must also pay a state property tax, which is equal to the tax capacity times the State Tax Rate.

In some localities where voters have approved referendums, an additional referendum tax must be added, calculated by multiplying the referendum tax rate times the total market value of the commercial property.

Please note: Specific property tax classifications and computations can be more complex and result in different tax amounts. This simplified explanation applies in the most general situations and will allow a business to roughly estimate its potential property tax burden. The county assessor or auditor may be able to answer questions about specific properties and uses.




Economic Development Services
The City operates a Downtown Code Improvement Program. The City will give qualifying businesses funds to make code improvements to their buildings. At the same time, the business or building owner must invest the company’s own funds to make upgrades to the exterior so that the building complies with the design guidelines for downtown.

To be eligible, buildings must be in the Downtown TIF district and must be designated for reinvestment in the downtown revitalization framework. Tenants cannot be permanently displaced by the work.

The Dakota County Community Development Agency will help applicants apply for the money, which comes from federal sources. Contact Rosemount Community Development at (651) 322-2051 for details.

Contact Information
 Dwight Johnson, City Administrator  (651) 322-2006
 Kim Lindquist, Community Development Director  (651) 322-2020
 William Droste, Mayor  (651) 322-2050

Rosemount City Hall
2875 145th Street West
Rosemount, MN 55068