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Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Cedar Rapids is one of a few cities in the world, along with Paris, France, with governmental offices on a municipal island.

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Mormon Population:
Mormons make up 0.98% of the population of  Cedar Rapids. The state of Iowa has 24,614 members in 7 stakes, 37 wards, 32 branches, and 1 mission.

LDS History: Emigrating saints reached the eastern bluffs of the Missouri River on 14 June 1846 and established Kanesville, later called Council Bluffs. It was there on 13 July 1846 that nearly 500 men from the “Camp of Israel” were mustered in for military service into the Mormon Battalion. At Kanesville Oliver Cowdery helped establish the restored gospel. Iowa remained in the Northern States Mission until 1960 when it was transferred to the Central States Mission. The first permanent stake in Iowa, the Cedar Rapids Stake, was created in 1966. The Des Moines Stake followed in 1970. For a short time, Iowa became part of the Missouri Independence Mission, until it was reassigned to the Iowa Des Moines Mission in 1976.

Family Friendliness: A flourishing center for arts and culture in Eastern Iowa, the city is home to the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, the Paramount Theatre, Theatre Cedar Rapids, the African-American Historical Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa, and the Iowa Cultural Corridor Alliance.

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188 miles S of Cedar Rapids

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Demographics:

About 126,326 people call Cedar Rapids home. Cedar Rapids is the second largest city in Iowa and is the county seat of Linn County. The city lies on both banks of the Cedar River, 20 miles north of Iowa City and 100 miles east of Des Moines.

Climate:

The July high is around 86 degrees and the January low is 12. Cedar Rapids, IA, gets 34 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 31 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 103. On average, there are 193 sunny days per year in Cedar Rapids, IA.