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The official website for the city of St. Cloud is http://www.ci.stcloud.mn.us/.
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Facts about St. Cloud
St. Cloud is also known as: Saint Cloud, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, and Stearns County / St. Cloud city.
And some of the notable people born here have been: Keith Fahnhorst (american football player), Jim Fahnhorst (american football player), Tom Petters (entrepreneur and tailor), Peter Gross (artist and writer), and Ben Hendrickson (baseball player).
And featured attractions of St. Cloud: Model School, Joe Faber Field, Minnesota Correctional Facility - St. Cloud, St. Cloud Regional Airport, and St. Cloud State University.
St. Cloud is represented by Mayor Dave Kleis.
St. Cloud is a city in the State of Minnesota and the largest population center in the state's central region. Its population is 66,462, according to the 2014 MN State Demographer's population estimates, making it Minnesota's ninth largest city. St. Cloud is the county seat of Stearns County and was named after the city of Saint-Cloud, France which was named after the 6th-century French monk Clodoald.Though mostly in Stearns County, St. Cloud also extends into Benton and Sherburne counties, and the Mississippi River runs through the city. It is the center of a small, contiguous urban area totaling over 116,000 residents, with Waite Park, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, St. Joseph, Rockville, and St. Augusta directly bordering the city, and Foley, Rice, Kimball, Clearwater, Clear Lake, and Cold Spring nearby. With 189,093 residents at the 2010 census, the St. Cloud metropolitan area is the fourth-largest in Minnesota, behind Minneapolis-St. Paul, Duluth-Superior, and Rochester. (The population of Fargo-Moorhead is also larger than St. Cloud's, but most of that is in North Dakota, with only 58,999 residents in Minnesota.)St. Cloud is 65 miles (105 km) northwest of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul along Interstate 94, U.S. Highway 10, and Minnesota State Highway 23. The St. Cloud Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is made up of Stearns and Benton Counties. The city was included in a newly defined Minneapolis-St. Paul-St. Cloud Combined Statistical Area (CSA) in 2000. St. Cloud as a whole has never been part of the 13-county MSA comprising Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington and parts of western Wisconsin, although its Sherburne County portion is considered part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area by Census Bureau definition.St. Cloud State University, Minnesota's third-largest public university, is between downtown and the Beaver Islands that form a maze for a two-mile stretch of the Mississippi. The approximately 30 undeveloped islands are a popular destination for kayak and canoe enthusiasts and are part of a state-designated 12-mile stretch of wild and scenic river.St. Cloud owns and operates a hydroelectric dam on the Mississippi that can produce up to nine megawatts of electricity.
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