Calumet

Calumet 2017-07-11T10:22:17+00:00

Calumet, a city of just under 400, is located in southeastern Itasca County. U.S. Highway 169 runs through the city, connecting it to Grand Rapids, 15 miles to the west and Hibbing, 18 miles to the east. Calumet is one of the oldest mining towns on Minnesota’s Iron Range, tracing its birth back to 1909. Widely-known for its wonderful mixture of ethnic backgrounds — dating back to its earliest days — the city was host to “Johnny Doughboy Days” and “Miner’s Days” community celebrations for many years. Nowadays, Calumet is proud to be both located on the Mesabi Bike Trail and also the home of the Hill Annex State Park.

Mayor
John Tuorila

City Clerk
Dalyce Mackey

City Hours
M, T, TH: 9am – 4pm, closed 12pm to 12:30pm

Council Members
Ladd Finke, Sharon Nelson & Robert Grozdanich

Council or Township Board Meetings
3rd Tuesday of each month at 4 pm

Calumet Public Library Hours
M (1pm – 7pm)
T & TH (9am – 5pm) and W (1pm – 5pm)

Public Safety
Greenway Fire & Rescue Department

Population
367

Major Industries
MN DNR Hill Annex State Park

Churches
Calumet Community Presbyterian Church

Recreation
Baseball Park & City Parks
Mesabi Bike Trail
Greenway Snowmobile Club

Attractions
Hill Annex Mine Tours

Area Businesses
Greenway Area Business Association (GABA)

 

For more information on Calumet
Call: 218-245-7542
Email: citycalumet@mchsi.com
Write: PO Box 375 Calumet, MN 55716