Saint Paul is the capital city of Minnesota. It is also the second most populous city in the state, and part of the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area (6th largest in the nation). The city has a total area of 56.2 square miles, in which 3.4 square miles is made up by water.
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According to the 2000 census, St. Paul has an estimated population of 287,151 and a population density of 5,428 people per square mile. City health insurance rely heavily on the city's demographics. The racial makeup of the city was 67.02% Caucasian, 12.36% Asian, 11.71% African American, 7.91% Hispanic/Latino, 1.13% Native American, 0.07% Pacific Islander and 3.84% other. Roughly 3.87% of the population comes from two or more ethnicities. The median household income was $38,774.
St. Paul auto insurance depends upon the availability and condition of roadways. The city has two interstate freeways (I-35E and I-94), and several national and state highways that serve it.
The culture of the city affects life insurance directly. The city has an active culture year round, with such events at the St. Paul Winter Carnival, and Minnesota State Fair. There are many art, knowledge, science, theater and music venues available to the general public which include the Como Zoo and Conservatory, Highland Park, Ordway Center for the Perforing Arts and RiverCentre.
Home insurance quotes rely on the climate of St. Paul. The city has the typical continental climate of the upper midwest. The summers are comfortably warm, though can be hot and humid as well. The winters are usually dry and colt. The area is prone to severe weather including snow, ice, sleet, rain, tornadoes, fog and thunderstorms.