Pratt Homes is proud to be building custom homes in Hugo Minnesota and we’re happy that you’re considering living here. We thought you might like to know a bit more about this interesting and vibrant community.
History of Hugo, MN
The first to settle in Hugo were French Canadians. Early in its day the small settlement established itself as a refueling port for the Northern Pacific Railway. The city is situated in Oneka Township. Prior to being called Hugo, the settlement was originally called Centerville Station. The name Hugo was in honor of Trevanion William Hugo who was a mayor of Duluth. The small settlement was first incorporated in 1906 and became a city only recently in 1972.
Demographics of Hugo, MN
|Population density (sq mi)||414||67||91|
|Married (15yrs & older)||62%||58%||55%|
Hugo, MN Area Schools
The city belongs to 4 Independent School Districts namely: White Bear Lake, Forest Lake, Stillwater and Mahtomedi.
Places of Worship in Hugo, MN
- Hosanna Lutheran Church
- St. Genevieve Catholic Church
- St. John the Baptist of Hugo
- Harvest Church
There are over one thousand five hundred companies that call Hugo their home. Top employers in Hugo are in healthcare, food and restaurants, salon, spa and fitness.
Cost of Living in Hugo, MN
|Cost of living||111||102||100|
|Goods & Services||109||107||100|
Each cost of living index is based on a national average of 100. If the amount is below 100, it is lower than the national average. If the amount is above 100, it is higher than the national average.
- 92.73% is Caucasian
- 1.83% is African-American
- 1.55% is Asian
- Cost of living in Hugo is 9% higher than the state average
- Cost of living in Hugo is 11% higher than the national average
- Cost of housing in Hugo is 28% higher than the average nationally
Hugo Minnesota’s Best Restaurants & Nightlife
Red’s Savoy Pizza – If pizza is your thing, you’ve come to the right place. They even offer gluten free pizza and dairy free cheese for folks with food sensitivity. Pizza are piled high with toppings. Great food at a very affordable price.
Amian American and Asian Bistro – The fried rice is the best in the city. Food is well prepared and come in generous portions. Service is fantastic. Check out both their American and Asian meals, prices are just right.
Blacksmith Lounge — If ever you are hungry for some broasted chicken then the Blacksmith Lounge is the place to be. Pair it with their popular fish and chips. Tuesday night is fish fry night as they serve huge portions of cod to diners.
Fun Things To Do In Hugo Minnesota
Golf – Check out the Oneka Ridge Golf Course, the only golf course that is within the city limits
Cross Country Skiing – If you visit Hugo in winter, there are ski trails at Irish Avenue Park
Hunting and Shooting Clubs – If shooting or hunting game is your thing, check out two privately owned shooting ranges and Hunting clubs around the city.
Hugo Minnesota truly is a great place to live. If you’d like to talk to us about building your custom home here in Hugo, give us a call. We can’t wait to meet you.