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Maple Grove Hospital and Maple Grove Library have brought great resources and services to the area, while the impressive shopping center, Shops at Arbor Lakes, offers residents a variety of restaurants and retail opportunities. Maple Grove also works to protect its parkland and has multiple nature preserves. If you are searching for homes for sale in Maple Grove, MN, view our Maple Grove real estate listings today.
Maple Grove not only offers beautiful parks and other outdoor amenities to its residents, the city also boasts numerous sports leagues and recreational programs for people of all ages. From adult volleyball leagues to the youth soccer association, there are fun athletic activities made available to all.
Love to shop? From Maple Grove Crossing to Grove Square Mall, Maple Grove has plenty of shopping areas to choose from. The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes is a premier shopping destination touting dozens of shops and restaurants for the avid shopper to browse.
From Z’s Smokin’ Bonez BBQ to Biaggi’s Ristorante Italiano, Maple Grove is chalk full of fantastic restaurants to fulfill any craving. The diverse selection of dining options means that you’ll be able to find something new, or an old favorite, right around the corner.
Maple Grove takes pride in providing single sort recycling pick up, as well as a drop-off center that accepts recyclables including automotive batteries and motor oil. Other green initiatives including City Clean Up Day, where the city will accept difficult to dispose of items like tires and old appliances at little to no cost.
Maple Grove is served by two school districts: the Osseo Area School District and the Wayzata School District, both known for their excellence in areas including art, science, and athletics. There are also two private schools in the city: Heritage Christian Academy, and Cedarcrest Academy.
Besides major Interstates, highways, and roadways, Maple Grove operates the Maple Grove Transit system that runs regular bus routes as well as commuter express buses and dial-a-ride services.
Maple Grove is served by a mayor-council system in which the Mayor and the City Council (four additional members) serve the city at large for four year terms.
Settled in 1851, Maple Grove experienced quick growth. Known for its plentiful maple trees, the city became a significant source for maple syrup. In the past 50 years, the city has boomed. With I-94, 694, 494 and Highway 169 completed and upgraded, Maple Grove became more accessible and families flocked there. Today the city is a thriving suburb of the Twin Cities.