Below is a list of telephone area codes in the state of Minnesota and the general areas they cover:
: northern portion of the state
: central third of the state except for the greater Minneapolis-Saint Paul area
: southern third of the state
: Minneapolis, Richfield, Fort Snelling and Saint Anthony
: Saint Paul, eastern suburbs of the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area, communities along the Mississippi River to Wabasha
: northwestern suburbs of Minneapolis
: southwestern suburbs of Minneapolis plus Apple Valley and Lakeville
The state had 5,266,214 residents as of 2009, with an increase of 7.0% from 2000 to 2009. 6.9% were children under 5 years of age in 2009, when the survey was last taken. 23.9% were under 18 in 2009. 12.7% were age 65 and over during the same year. 50.2% of the population was female in 2009. 88.6% of the population was white in the same year, while 4.7% was black, 3.8% was Asian, and 4.3% was Hispanic. 5.3% were foreign-born in 2009. 8.5% were over the age of 5 in 2000 and did not speak English at home. 87.9% were high school graduates over 25 as of the year 2000. 27.4% had a Bachelor’s degree or higher in the year 2000, and were over age 25. 679,236 had a disability and were over 5 years old, as of 2000. There were 1,895,127 households in 2000 in the state and there were 2.52 persons per household. The median household income as of 2008 was $57,318. 9.6% were living below the poverty level in 2008. This is all according to the United States Census Bureau.
As of 2005, when the last report was taken, there were 8,708 prisoners in the Minnesota Department of Corrections’ system. 2,178 of those prisoners were incarcerated for a drug offense. Both of these numbers have seen an increase over the years; in 1989, there were only 173 drug offenders incarcerated in the Minnesota Department of Corrections, and a total of 3,032 inmates. The majority of these offenders are of the meth profile (51.7) in 2005, with the next largest group of offender being crack (20.7) and cocaine (18.1).
Finding Phone Numbers and Reverse Lookups in Minnesota
Reverse cell phone number lookups can be difficult, unlike landline phone numbers. This is because a landline number is tied to a place and a cell phone number is tied to a person. With the portability of a cell phone number today, it also means that cell phone numbers can change carriers whenever the subscriber wants. The first step is to try entering in the phone number into a general search engine, which is free. Then try to enter the phone number into an online phone book search. This may net better results; however it only works for cell phone numbers if the subscriber enters his or her number into the website. Finally, you should try a paid reverse cell number lookup website, which will also have the unlisted cell phone numbers listed for anyone needing to find such information.