Family Owned Eye Clinic Serving Savage MN and Surrounding Areas
Dr. Steve Reinders, Optometrist and owner, has served the eye care needs of the Savage area since 1993 initially on staff at Park Nicollet Clinic and now in private practice since 2010. His wife Jennifer acts as the office manager. Complete Family Eyecare offers a full range of eye care services including general examination, glaucoma treatment, cataract and macular degeneration evaluations, diabetic retinal examinations and pediatric eye care. Same-day appointments for eye infections, foreign bodies, and sudden vision loss are always available.
If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us.
About Savage, MN
Per Wikipedia, Savage MN was the landing point for Irish and Scottish immigrants in 1800, Savage has grown into a developing bedroom community, absorbing population growth from Burnsville, its larger neighbor to the east. Once a shipbuilding port for the U.S. Navy, Savage is now an industrial manufacturing job center in the southern metro. The city is still relatively undeveloped, with sections of the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve within its borders.
Savage was previously named Hamilton after the city in Ontario, Canada. The town was renamed Savage after Marion Willis Savage who owned and trained the nationally celebrated racing horse Dan Patch.
Named One Of The Best Affordable Suburbs
According to the City of Savage’s website, Savage is among the best affordable suburbs in the country, with parkland, location and education being mentioned as features that set Savage apart.
BusinessWeek evaluated Savage along with other American suburbs that fit the following criteria:
- Located within 25 miles of the most populated city in the state
- Populations ranging from 5,000 to 60,000.
- Median family incomes of $51,000 to $120,000
- Lower than average crime rates
“The focus is not luxury, but rather communities where families can live well for less and enjoy good schools, low crime and reasonable commutes,” according to an article appearing on the magazine’s website.
The cities were evaluated on the following:
- Livability – Short commutes, green space and low pollution
- Education – Well-educated residents, high test scores
- Crime – Low personal and property crime
- Economy – High job growth, low unemployment rate, high family income