Zimmerman

Zimmerman

Welcome to Zimmerman! Find Your Place Here.

Looking for Zimmerman real estate? The city is a wonderful place to call home, especially if you like the outdoors. Lake Fremont offers boating, swimming, and fishing, while the Sand Dunes State Forest provides other great activities. Like to ride horses or snowmobiles? The forest is filled with trails to explore regardless of the time of year, in addition to swimming and camping.

Zimmerman is also home to “Wild West Days” a Memorial Day celebration that hosts a charity 5k, softball tournament, carnival, parade, and many other fun activities in Lion’s Park – just one of the beautiful parks in the city. Take a look at our Zimmerman homes for sale, and let us help you find your new home!

122 Active Homes For Sale  |  Median Home Price $242,296
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Recreation

The City of Zimmerman offers a wide range of recreational facilities and activities for residents of all ages to enjoy. From ice rinks to disc golf to ball fields and more, there’s always a fun and exciting way to get active. The city also provides programs including youth and adult sports leagues, gymnastics, and more.

Shopping

Zimmerman is filled with a plethora of shops and stores to fulfill every need. From grocery retailers and service shops to florists and antique stores, residents can easily find everyday essentials as well as specialty items. Whether you need sporting equipment or new furniture, you’ll find what you’re searching for in Zimmerman.

Dining

Whether your family is filled with picky eaters or adventurous foodies, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy in Zimmerman. Whether you’re in search of your favorite fast food combo, or a fun family sit-down spot, you’ll love the local selection. Some favorites include delectable burgers and wraps at the Whistling Pickle, and spectacular calzones at the Zimmerman Bar and Grill.

Green/Environmental

The City of Zimmerman provides a host of resources for residents concerning recycling, composting, responsible disposal practices and resource conservation. Together with residents, the city hopes to increase quality of life and help to secure a brighter, more sustainable future.

Schools

ISD #728, Elk River Area Schools provides educational resources and services to Zimmerman residents of all ages. This district is known for crafting curriculum that provides personal growth in areas other than strictly academic. With extensive extra-curricular activities, and diverse programs the Elk River Area School District consistently produces test results above state and national averages.

Transportation

The Tri-CAP Transit Connection, offered through the Sherburne County Transit Resources, provides public transportation services to the residents of Zimmerman. This schedules bus service provides rides from the city to Elk River, Big Lake, and Princeton.

Local Government

The Zimmerman City Council meets every first and third Monday of each month. This council is made up of five members, the Mayor and four at-large councilmembers, and is responsible for the administration of all city policies and ordinances.

City History

Located on the shores of Lake Fremont, Zimmerman was originally settled by that name. The village of Lake Fremont was incorporated in 1910, and over the years has maintained its agricultural roots. With the addition of the Great Northern Railroad line, the village prospered. In 1967 the village of Lake Fremont was incorporated into the City of Zimmerman. The name was chosen to honor Moses Zimmerman, who was instrumental in the decision to run a rail line to the community. Today, Zimmerman is home to approximately 5,000 residents.

The City of Zimmerman offers a wide range of recreational facilities and activities for residents of all ages to enjoy. From ice rinks to disc golf to ball fields and more, there’s always a fun and exciting way to get active. The city also provides programs including youth and adult sports leagues, gymnastics, and more.

Zimmerman is filled with a plethora of shops and stores to fulfill every need. From grocery retailers and service shops to florists and antique stores, residents can easily find everyday essentials as well as specialty items. Whether you need sporting equipment or new furniture, you’ll find what you’re searching for in Zimmerman.

Whether your family is filled with picky eaters or adventurous foodies, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy in Zimmerman. Whether you’re in search of your favorite fast food combo, or a fun family sit-down spot, you’ll love the local selection. Some favorites include delectable burgers and wraps at the Whistling Pickle, and spectacular calzones at the Zimmerman Bar and Grill.

The City of Zimmerman provides a host of resources for residents concerning recycling, composting, responsible disposal practices and resource conservation. Together with residents, the city hopes to increase quality of life and help to secure a brighter, more sustainable future.

ISD #728, Elk River Area Schools provides educational resources and services to Zimmerman residents of all ages. This district is known for crafting curriculum that provides personal growth in areas other than strictly academic. With extensive extra-curricular activities, and diverse programs the Elk River Area School District consistently produces test results above state and national averages.

The Tri-CAP Transit Connection, offered through the Sherburne County Transit Resources, provides public transportation services to the residents of Zimmerman. This schedules bus service provides rides from the city to Elk River, Big Lake, and Princeton.

The Zimmerman City Council meets every first and third Monday of each month. This council is made up of five members, the Mayor and four at-large councilmembers, and is responsible for the administration of all city policies and ordinances.

Located on the shores of Lake Fremont, Zimmerman was originally settled by that name. The village of Lake Fremont was incorporated in 1910, and over the years has maintained its agricultural roots. With the addition of the Great Northern Railroad line, the village prospered. In 1967 the village of Lake Fremont was incorporated into the City of Zimmerman. The name was chosen to honor Moses Zimmerman, who was instrumental in the decision to run a rail line to the community. Today, Zimmerman is home to approximately 5,000 residents.

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