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Browns Valley Population: 602

Total Males: 296
Total Females: 306
Median Household Income: $24,375
Total Households: 268

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Brief Information About Browns Valley


Browns Valley is located in Traverse County of Minnesota, close to the South Dakota border. The city of Browns Valley covers a total area of about 2 sq. kms., elevated by about 989 ft above the sea level. Locally, owned private business activities are a major part of the local economy. Air conditioning contractors & suppliers, auto body work and maintenance facilities, barbers & beauty salons, building contractors and real estate developers, clinics, construction companies, fruit & vegetable shops, freight forwarding companies, general contractors, groceries and supermarkets, hardware stores, drug & pharmacy stores, banks and insurance companies, stores and yards, rental services and a host of different small and medium type of business activities are available.



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