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Inver Grove Heights is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 33,880 at the 2010 census. It is one of the 186 cities and townships in the seven-county Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area. The city is 9 miles (14 km) to the southeast of Saint Paul; nearby settlements are South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Sunfish Lake, Eagan, Newport, and Saint Paul Park (the last two across the Mississippi River).
Following the signing of the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux in 1851, settlers from Ireland and Germany quickly staked claims in the rolling countryside west of the Mississippi River. Those of Irish descent farmed the eastern part of the community, while Germans cleared the wooded land to the west for their farms. French and English settlers built their homes along the river. The township of Inver Grove Heights was named after the Irish fishing village of Inver and the German town of Grove. Records show that 240 farms, four churches, and four school districts were founded by 1880.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 30.12 square miles, of which 27.76 square miles is land and 2.36 square miles is water. Interstate Highway 494 (a beltway bypass of Minneapolis-Saint Paul), U.S. Highway 52, Minnesota Highway 55, and Minnesota Highway 3 are four of the main routes in the city. 80th Street East (numbered from downtown Saint Paul) crosses the city in an east-west direction.
The Inver Grove Heights Community Schools district or Independent School District 199 operates five schools in the city. They are: Simley High School, Inver Grove Heights Middle School, Hilltop Elementary, Pine Bend Elementary, and Salem Hills Elementary. The western part of the city is served by Independent School District 196, with students attending Dakota Hills Middle School, Rosemount Middle School, Eagan High School, and Rosemount High School. Inver Grove Heights is also home to Inver Hills Community College.
In the Minnesota legislature, Inver Grove Heights is represented by Representative Joe Atkins and Senator Jim Metzen. Before being elected to the Minnesota House, Atkins was the city’s longest-serving mayor. Federally, Inver Grove Heights is located in both Minnesota’s 2nd congressional district, represented by Republican John Kline, and the 4th congressional district, represented by Democrat Betty McCollum. McCollum received a 92% progressive rating from a self-described nonpartisan group that provides a “searchable database of Congressional voting records from a Progressive perspective.” She scored a 4% conservative rating by a conservative group. In contrast, Kline received a score of 3% progressive and 88% conservative by the same groups. George Tourville is the mayor of Inver Grove Heights.
Source: Inver Grove Heights on Wikipedia