Located in Linn County, Hiawatha, Iowa is a north suburb of Cedar Rapids and part of the Cedar Rapids Metropolitan Area. In 2010 Hiawatha had a population of 7,024 residents - up from 6,480 in 2000. Hiawatha has a population density of about 1,884 people per square mile, which is considered low for an urban area.
Hiawatha Community Today, Hiawatha offers small town atmosphere with big town amenities just a short drive away. Great shopping, dining, museums and festivals are just a few of the things that make the Metro area an exciting and fun place to live! Affordable suburban neighborhoods offer condos and single-family homes in a variety of price ranges in Hiawatha. If you're looking for something more specific lots and new subdivisions are available to build your perfect home. Search homes for sale in Hiawatha or click here to be connected with a local market expert!
Attractions and Entertainment The Cedar Rapids farmers market is just six miles away and has quickly grown to one of the largest outdoor markets in the Midwest. More than 200 local vendors offer fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, local wines and homemade gifts. Live music and dancers also perform. Stop by this one-of-a-kind market to get a taste of the diverse melting pot of history and culture. Hiawatha residents have access to great education opportunities in the area. There are twenty-four elementary schools, six middle schools, three high schools and one alternative high school in the Cedar Rapids Community School District. This is the 2 nd largest school district in the state and has an average enrollment above 15,000 students.
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