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Below is some general information about Chanhassen:

Chanhassen is a city in Carver and Hennepin counties in the State of Minnesota. It is southwest of Minneapolis. The population was 22,952 at the 2010 census.The origin of the name comes from the Dakota word chanhasen meaning sugar-maple tree. The northern metro area Hassan Township carries the latter syllable of the word to avoid confusion. Chanhassen was ranked as the #2 best place to live in America in 2009 by Money Magazine, and ranked fourth in Best Places to Live (Small Towns) in 2013.

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is the nation’s largest professional dinner theatre, and the largest privately owned restaurant in the state of Minnesota. Since 1968, more than 200 plays have been produced and played to more than ten million guests. The Chanhassen Skate Park was installed in September 1999. The park is located between City Hall and the downtown fire station. It features a wedge, quarter pipe, half pipe, hotbox, spine and grind rails. Many youth sports programs are offered through the Chanhassen Athletic Association, including baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer. Chanhassen is also home to the Chanhassen Red Birds amateur baseball team.

Chanhassen is split between two school districts. Most of the city is in District 112, with most Chanhassen students attending Chanhassen High School, Chaska Middle School West, Pioneer Ridge Middleschool, Chanhassen Elementary, and Bluff Creek Elementary. Northern sections of Chanhassen are a part of District 276, with most Chanhassen students attending Minnetonka High School, Minnetonka Middle School East, Clear Springs Elementary, and Scenic Heights Elementary. Also, some students attend public schools in other school districts chosen by their families under Minnesota’s open enrollment statute. Chapel Hill Academy and St. Hubert School are private primary education institutions located in downtown Chanhassen.

Chanhassen is located in Minnesota’s 3rd congressional district, represented by Erik Paulsen, a Republican. President George W. Bush was the first sitting United States president to visit Chanhassen. He held a rally on October 9, 2004 at Chanhassen’s City Center Park during the United States presidential elections of 2004.

Prince previously owned two homes in Chanhassen. He still owns seven properties, establishing the musician as one of the cityÕs largest property owners. The New Age religious movement, Eckankar, is based in Chanhassen.

Source: Chanhassen on Wikipedia