Leaf Valley Township is a township in Douglas County, Minnesota, United States.
The population was 484 at the 2000 census and early
estimated reports that 2010 census will be 23% higher with
593 people. According to the United States Census
Bureau, the township has a total area of 36.2 miČ,33.4 miČ
of it is land and 2.8 miČ of it is water. The total area is
Leaf Valley Township was established and organized in
1867. The first meeting was held at the house of
Willard B. Ellis on 14 December 1867. The name Leaf
Valley refers to its location just south of the Leaf
Hills, also called "Leaf Mountains", area just to the
north of the township in Otter Tail County. The only
town located in the township is Leaf Valley which formed
at a cross road. The village boasted a town hall, post
office, general store, feed mill, and a large co-op
creamery along with a number of homes. No railroad came
through the area in the vicinity of the town.
To view the land owner in Douglas County go to
the Douglas County Survey and Geographic Information System (GIS) website.
Minnesota Associations of Townships (MAT).