Hills is a city of 684 in the southwest corner of Rock County, Minnesota.
It is the southwestern-most city in Minnesota and offers residents a small town community just 20 minutes from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The city was
founded in 1890 at the junction of the Sioux City and Northern Railroad and the Cherokee and Sioux Falls Railroad.
The city derives its name from the president of the Sioux City and
Northern, Fredric C. Hills. A thriving community with several yearly activities including Friendship Days, which is the second weekend in June. A great place to live, retire or raise a family. Check out the photo galleries and if you are in the area, stop by.
Thank you from the Hills City Council.
Keith Elbers, Mayor
Brad Berkhof, Councilman Alan Leenderts, Councilman
Brian Sandbulte, Councilman Dave Ripperda, Councilman
Connie Wiertzema, City Clerk-Treasurer
Eric Harnack, City Maintenance
City Office (507) 962-3290; City Maintenance (507) 962-3293.