Fillmore County

About Fillmore County

Fillmore County was established in 1853. It is named for Millard Fillmore, thirteenth President of the United States. Located in Southeast Minnesota, Fillmore County was an early destination for Euro-American settlement following the United States’ 1851 treaties with the Dakota nations. Norwegian immigrants were particularly numerous. In 1860 Fillmore was the most populous county in Minnesota.

 

Minnesota Top Ten Employers

Employer Service or Product Number of Employees
State of Minnesota State Government 40,208 employees
United States Federal Government Federal Government 34,000 employees
Mayo Foundation Health Care 32,893 employees
Target Corporation Retailer 30,500 employees
Allina Health System Health Care 23,302 employees
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Retailer 20,434 employees
Fairview Health Services Health Care 20,178 employees
Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota Banking 20,000 employees
University of Minnesota Public University 19,157 employees
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Public Colleges and Universities 18,516 employees

Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, 2011

 

Population and Demographics


Apr 1, 2010 Census Jan 1, 2013 Estimate Numeric Change Proportional Change
United States 308,400,408 315,090,923 6,690,515 2.2%
Minnesota 5,303,925 5,422,060 118,135 0.7%
Fillmore County 20,835 20,866 -31 -0.9%

Source: Minnesota, State & County QuickFacts, United States Census Bureau