The neighborhood and elementary school in Windom was named after William Windom, who was a United States senator from Minnesota from the mid to late 1800s as well as the secretary of the treasury.
Approximately 15 per cent of the land of Windom is a sizeable industrial area, however the rest of the community is residential with a few businesses along the way to provide for some amenities.
Windom is perhaps a popular community for its location on the outskirts of the large city of Minneapolis, affording a feeling of a nearly rural area. Parts of the community overlook a vast area where no houses exist on the outermost southern border, allowing for the country-home type of feeling while still living within the city which affords many amenities.
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