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Stacy is a small city in Chisago County, in central east Minnesota, and this is a guide to the city.

Stacy is mostly surrounded by Lent Township, but it abuts the city of Wyoming to the south and a portion of Anoka County on the west. The city of Chisago City is about seven miles to the east, while Lindstrom is just beyond that, and Branch is eight miles north of Stacy.

The chief route through Stacy is Interstate Highway 35, which runs north-south through the city.

The West Branch of the Sunrise River cuts through the northern part of the city, forming Sunrise River Pool just east of Stacy. Mud Lake is just north of Sunrise River Pool. The Stacy Trail passes through the city, passing between the Lake and the Pool.

The city of Stacy is shaped like an inverted L. Nearly all of its population resides in the upper portion of the city.

Parks and recreational spaces within the city include Doyle Field, Lions Park, Rieger Fields, Sunrise Park, and West Side Park.

The Stacy post office was established in 1873, the village was laid out in 1875, and named for Dr. Stacy B. Collins, an early settler. The village became a city in 1973 when the Minnesota Legislature passed a law making all incorporated municipalities in the state cities.

The focus of this guide is on the city of Stacy, Minnesota. Appropriate resources for this category include websites representing the municipal government of Stacy or any of its departments or services, as well as the townships of Lent and Linwood, which are headquartered in Stacy, and any local schools, churches, organizations, businesses, or individuals.

 

 

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