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The Hermantown Economic Development Authority (HEDA) continuously works to create the best business-friendly environment that fits the City. HEDA’s mission is to intentionally lead economic growth, creating a vibrant and prosperous community.

FAQs for Highway 53 Business Park Project

Recently the City of Hermantown has begun the process of exploring development options for the area in the northwest corner of the intersection of U.S. Hwy 53 and Lavaque Bypass. Entities wishing to submit an RFP for this project have been contacted and the following link includes their frequently asked questions.

FAQs for Highway 53 Business Park Project

Hermantown has worked hard to earn a reputation for being a business-friendly community. From clear communication to streamlining processes, we want your development experience to be the first in many positives of placing your business in Hermantown.

The links above provide information and testimonials, as well as the HEDA minutes and agendas, so you can begin exploring doing business in Hermantown.

The Hermantown Economic Development Authority meets on the fourth Thursday of each month but does vary dates occasionally. See the Agendas & Minutes page for the next upcoming date.

HEDA members include Mayor Wayne Boucher, City Councilors John Geissler, Grant Hauschild, Gloria Nelson, and Natalie Peterson. Chad Ronchetti, Dwayne Haapanen. HEDA is additionally supported by several city staff members, including; City Administrator John Mulder, City Attorney Gunnar Johnson, and long-time city attorney Steve Overom.

HEDA Questions?

City Administrator
John Mulder
[email protected]
218-729-3600

Community Development Director
Eric Johnson
[email protected]
218-729-3600