Communities Jordan

Warm country feeling, minutes from the cities

Nestled along the wooded bluffs and rolling hills of Scott County, Jordan has a country feeling while only being minutes from the metro. The city has over 95 acres of industrial park space and plenty of new roads and infrastructure to support future growth. And it’s right up the road from Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store!

Jordan has a long history of baseball and home to the Jordan Brewers amateur baseball team. State champions in 1984, 1994, and 2004, their name nods to the brewery that called Jordan home around the turn of the century, now noted on the National Register of Historical Places.

*US Census Data

6,276

Population

$66,194

Median Household Income

93.8%

Population with High School Education or Higher

27.2%

Population with Bachelor’s Degree or Higher

Parks & Lakes

Swimming, Fishing, and More

Minnesota is known for our lakes, and Jordan certainly doesn't disappoint. Brentwood Park, Pekarna Park, Lions Park and also state parks and reserves are located all around Jordan.

Housing for Seniors

Affordable 55+ Housing

With a lack of affordable rental options for an aging population, the city of Jordan needed to find a solution. We collaborated to develop 50 market rate apartments, ranging from studios to three bedrooms for a vibrant senior community. In addition to the homes, we developed spaces for a library, clinic, and pharmacy.

Historic Downtown

Full of Activities

You’ll find antique shops, gift shops and flower shop, the Nicolinn Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Pekarna Meat Market, and much more nestled in downtown Jordan.

Local Business Incentives & Programs

Our resource library is full of information about incentives to give you a boost in Jordan or any of our other communities across Scott County. Click below to start researching.

City Land
Available


Jordan has city-owned parcels of land which have the infrastructure in place and are ready for development. To inquire about these lots, please connect with City Administrator, Tom Nikunen.
Click here to email Tom

City of Jordan Incentives


The City of Jordan promotes local economic development via the Jordan Economic Development Authority, utilizing a number of tools to promote local economic development including Jobs for Fees, Facade Improvement Grants, and more.
Click here to learn more.