Jordan Homes For Sale
Nearby attractions include Valley Fair, the Renaissance Festival, Mystic Lake Casino, and even Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store. Find your place in this thriving community by checking out our listings of homes for sale in Jordan now!
Median Home Price: $268,060
In conjunction with the Jordan Public School District, the city of Jordan provides residents with a wide variety of recreational facilities and activities. The CERC, or Community Education and Recreation Center, boasts a fitness center, a 3-gym space, walking track, meeting room with attached kitchen, and more. From the beautiful parks to open gym in the CERC, there’s always a wonderful place to get active in Jordan.
The city of Jordan provides shopping lovers with a spectacular place to find something new. From Iris Valley Boutique and Gifts, to Creek Water Memories scrapbooking store, to Super Valu, this city has the perfect retailer to find everything from everyday essentials to specialty items.
Whether you’re in the mood for your favorite fast food meal, or are looking for a fine dining experience, there’s something for everyone to enjoy here in Jordan. Some local favorites include spectacular classic French cuisine at Suzette’s Restaurant; and spectacular pizza at Clancy’s Bar and Pizza Parlor!
In order to keep Jordan as environmentally friendly as possible, the city works to promote extensive recycling programs, and other sustainable initiatives throughout both city facilities and residential households.
Jordan Public Schools, ISD #717, provides comprehensive educational services and resources to Jordan residents of all ages. This district takes pride in providing technologically advanced classrooms and working extensive STEM, arts, language, and extra curricular programs. The school district also partners with the city to provide recreational programs and services as well.
There is no public transit authority servicing the city of Jordan.
The seven-member Jordan City Council is responsible for deciding city policies and ordinances, as well as appointing a city administrator to carry out city business. The council meets on the first and third Monday of each month.
First settled in the mid-1800s, the area that would become Jordan was actually home to two separate communities. In 1872, these two communities – Jordan City and Brentwood – were incorporated into the village of Jordan. At this time, there existed stores, schools, and churches, but the locals wanted to add a county courthouse into the mix. The village tried, ultimately unsuccessfully, to have the county seat moved to Jordan from 1872 to 1929. The city continues, as it did then, to thrive, and is now home to approximately 6,000 residents.