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Independence is also home to Pioneer Creek Golf Course and the Windsong Farm Golf Club. For anything you can’t find in Independence, nearby Delano, Loretto, Maple Plaine, and Medina are filled with other great things to see and do. To find your new home here, browse our listings of homes for sale in Independence now!
Median Home Price: $498,420
Independence is home to several parks and other exciting recreational amenities. From the Twin Cities Polo Club to disc golf at Pioneer Park, there’s plenty to see and do here. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, skating, golfing, or anything in-between, you’ll find the perfect place to get out and get active in Independence.
Independence in conveniently located between two larger retail centers in Delano and Maple Plain. Though Independence claims a small shopping scene including Mama’s Happy home goods store, Delano and Maple Plain are home to everything from big box retailers to specialty shops. Whether you’re looking for antiques, clothing, gifts, or anything in-between, you’ll find it nearby Independence.
The dining options near Independence have something for everyone. From fast food and chain restaurants to unique eateries, you’ll find the perfect bite for even the pickiest palates. Check out Dave’s Town Club in Delano for a spectacular prime rib dinner, or McGarry’s Pub in Maple Plain for traditional Irish fare.
As a primarily rural city, Independence works to be as sustainable and environmentally responsible as possible. The city promotes the use of sustainable energy sources as well as encourages both traditional and organics recycling whenever possible.
Though there is no public transportation service that runs in Independence, Metro Transit provides a Park and Ride lot and express bus route from neighboring Maple Plain, making it easy and convenient to commute into downtown Minneapolis.
The Independence City Council is made up of the Mayor and four additional councilors. This council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month to discuss and decide city ordinances, policies, budgets, and other city business.
First settled in 1854, Independence was originally organized into a township. Named after Lake Independence – which in turn got its name from Fourth of July celebrations – the township was officially organized in 1858. The community maintained this form of government for almost 100 years, and in 1956 it was incorporated into the City of Independence that we know today.