Tree Services in Mound
Tree Services in Mound
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Below is some general information about Mound:
Mound is a settlement in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 9,052 at the 2010 census. Mound is the birthplace of the Tonka truck, named after Lake Minnetonka. The Tonka Toys headquarters was originally in Mound, but moved when business picked up and they needed a better place for supplies to be delivered.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.96 square miles, of which 2.86 square miles is land and 2.10 square miles is water. County roads 15 and 110 are two of the main arterial routes. Lakes in Mound include Black Lake, Dutch Lake, Lake Langdon, Saunders Lake, Seton Lake. Lake Minnetonka encompasses these and many others in the area. Lake Langdon lies immediately west of Mound, between an old Great Northern railroad line and Lake Minnetonka. One of its most notable places is an old ice house and grocery store at the east side of the lake. The store for many years in the 1940s and ’50s was owned and operated by Ed and Pete Sollie, uncles of the Andrews Sisters. Other historic places on the east shore of Lake Langdon are Our Lady of the Lake parochial school and the Mound Baptist Church, long cared for by Ulrich Eugster, an immigrant to the United States from Reute, Switzerland.
According to Melvin Gimmestad’s Historical Backgrounds of Mound, Minnesota, “Mound derived its name from the Indian mounds once found within the present-day limits. They were not built by the Dakota Indians but were made by prehistoric Indians”. Mound has more than 1,000 docks on its various lakes. The lakes geographically define the town’s areas, such as Three Points, The Island, The Highlands, Grandview Boulevard and Shirley Hills.
Because the Westonka School District encompasses Mound, the city is also connected to Spring Park, Orono, St. Bonifacious, and Minnetrista. Mound schools include Grandview Middle School, Hilltop Primary School, Mound-Westonka High School, and Shirley Hills Elementary. The school mascot is the Whitehawk, which was changed from the Mohawk in 1997. Some students attend public schools in other school districts chosen by their families under Minnesota’s open enrollment statute.
The Mound City Council has been working for a number of years on a project called “Mound Visions”. One of the project’s goals is to improve business traffic in the city. Some of its recent accomplishments are the Mound Marketplace, the realignment of County Road 15, the Lost Lake Greenway, and the Villas on Lost Lake townhouses.
Source: Mound on Wikipedia