Codes for the Identification of Cities, Townships and Unorganized Territories (CTUs) in Minnesota
The Minnesota CTU Database is the state's repository for names and unique IDs for cities, townships and Census-defined unorganized territories in Minnesota. From this website you can:
- Search the database (see below).
- Download the entire database. File is Comma Separated Values (CSV) format which can be opened by spreadsheet programs.
- Integrate a web service API into remote applications without having to store the data locally.
- Download a GIS file of statewide CTU boundaries.
The Minnesota CTU Database is a subset of the federal Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) database. It contains all Minnesota entries for cities, townships and Census-defined unorganized territories, both active and historical. See also the complete description of the Minnesota CTU Database. and the official state standard for the CTU codes.
Report any errors to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may search 'Feature name' by substring. For example, "Paul" finds both "Saint Paul" and "Spaulding"