Dodge County Homes For Sale
Plus, located just west of Rochester, residents have easy access to everything from concerts and sporting events to world-class healthcare facilities. With a bustling economy and countless resources at residents’ fingertips, there’s a lot to love. View our listings of homes for sale in Dodge County and pick out your new place now.
Median Home Price: $145,940.00
Dodge County is a fantastic place to get outside and get active. Recreational amenities include everything from the Zumbro Valley Golf Course to Rice Lake State Park the Dodge County Speedway, in addition to parks, trails, and arenas. Whether you enjoy camping, hiking, racing, fishing, or anything in-between, you’ll find something you love in Dodge County.
From hardware stores to antique shops, Dodge County is a fantastic location for those who enjoy shopping. Larger commercial centers are located in Dodge Center, Hayfield and Kasson, with shops ranging from chocolate shops to auto part stores. Plus, Rochester, with it’s plentiful shopping, is located a short drive away in Olmsted County.
Whether you’re hungry for a succulent steak dinner or a quick bite at your favorite fast food stop, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Dodge County. Some local favorites include the Hubbell House in Mantorville, with its mouthwatering, hearty steak and potato entrees, and Daniel’s Restaurant serving up signature burgers like “the holy cow” in Kasson.
Dodge County Environmental Services extensive programming and resources to help residents and businesses alike reduce their energy uses and make environmentally friendly choices. From using sustainable building materials to protecting the county’s natural resources, Environmental Services, and the County as a whole, is looking forward to a beautiful, sustainable future.
These seven districts provide educational services and resources to the residents of Dodge County:
Rolling Hills Transit (SEMCAC) provides comprehensive public transportations to all residents in Dodge, Fillmore, Houston, Olmsted, and Winona Counties.
The Dodge County Board of Commissioners is dedicated to providing excellent, efficient service to the county and it’s residents. The five-member board is responsible for budgetary and operational oversight while increasing the quality of life within the county.
Governor Willis A. Gorman signed Dodge County into existence in 1855. Because of the county’s thick, rich, black soil, farms were established, and the settlement at Mantorville began to grow rapidly. Garment and shoemakers took up shop here, as did a drug store and other businesses. But even with these flourishing businesses popping up around the county, the main industry remained agriculture. Today, crop and dairy farms still dominate, but the cities of the county are still filled with thriving businesses. The county is now home to just over 20,000 residents, and enjoys a low unemployment rate.