Chanhassen is a city in Carver and Hennepin counties in the state of Minnesota. It is southwest of Minneapolis. The population was 22,952 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia
With a population of 22,952 per the 2010 census (25,448 population estimate and 9,267 households as of April 1, 2016), Chanhassen has 14,427 acres in 24 square miles. Most of the city is located within Carver County; however, 154 acres in eastern Chanhassen are located in Hennepin County. There are twelve beautiful, clean lakes, wholly or partially located within the city limits: Christmas Lake, Harrison Lake, Lake Ann, Lake Lucy, Lake Minnewashta, Lake Riley, Lake St. Joe, Lake Susan, Lotus Lake, Rice Lake, Rice Marsh Lake, and Silver Lake.
Two public school districts serve Chanhassen: Minnetonka District 276 and Eastern Carver County District 112. Many quality private schools are also available. About Chanhassen
A Great Place to Work…
Our thriving businesses include a variety of commercial and industrial companies. Downtown Chanhassen offers great shopping, eating, and entertainment. Office and warehouse buildings are located in various industrial parks throughout the city. The city has over 4.2 million square feet of commercial / industrial space, which includes approximately 711 businesses that employ nearly 13,000 people.
A Great Place to Play…
Parks & Trails: Chanhassen’s 885-acre park system features five community parks, 28 neighborhood parks and 14 park preserves spread throughout the community. There are 90 miles of trails and sidewalks for walkers, bikers, runners, and in-line skaters to enjoy. The trails connect downtown, parks, and neighborhoods.
Senior Center: The Chanhassen Senior Center, located in the lower level of City Hall, is a social gathering place for people 55 and over. The center offers programs, trips, meals on wheels, and congregate dining.
Recreation Center: The Chanhassen Recreation Center (located on the east side of Bluff Creek Elementary School) provides residents with the opportunity to stay fit. There is a fitness room, gym, aerobic / dance studio, and five public meeting rooms that are available for rent.
Special Events: With the generous support of area businesses, the city hosts several community events each year: February Festival, Easter Egg / Candy Hunt, Arbor Day Celebration, July 4th Celebration, Fire Department Open House, Halloween Party, and Tree Lighting Ceremony.
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