Elko New Market
Elko New Market is a city in Scott County. A merger of bordering cities Elko and New Market happened in 2006. Served by Interstate 35 and County Rd 2, the city contains one public school, Eagle View Elementary and is primarily known for Elko Speedway. The New Market Hotel and store is on the National Register of Historic Places. New Market is named for the town near Cambridge, England though it was first named Jackson until its establishment in 1858. Elko was initially a railway village about the same time. Both Elko and New Market were common town names of the era according to the MN Historical Society. Elko is one mile from the freeway and a straight shot to downtown. With the rapid growth came a new water treatment facility. Elko New Market has homes on and around the Boulder Pointe Golf Course. Just 20 minutes from the airport. Elko New Market is a growing community. Just East of Cty 91 is Lakeville Schools and West of Cty 91 is New Prague schools. Small town feel but close enough to the city. For more information click on Elko New Market
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