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Parkers Prairie is located about 20 miles north of I-94 at the Alexandria exit in West Central Minnesota. Parkers Prairie was founded as early as 1868 with a General Store on the shores of Lake Adley and incorporated in 1903.

We are a friendly community where neighbors say “Hi!” to one another while strolling down tree-lined streets on a summer evening or attending the Fall Festival in City Park. City Park has two large accessible play structures and other activities. Accessible restrooms and sidewalks enhance the picnic shelters and outdoor swimming pool. Lake Adley Park provides a public access boat ramp for summer fishing and a popular ice fishing spot.

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Equal Opportunity Employment

The City of Parkers Prairie is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The City of Parkers Prairie will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, disability, age, marital status, public assistance status, familial status or sexual orientation.

Upon request, accommodations will be provided to allow people with disabilities to participate in all city services, programs and activities.