Welcome to Cosmos
The city of Cosmos is in Meeker County, Minnesota, along the South Fork of the Crow River. Cosmos is located just over an hour west of Minnespolis and St. Paul in the heart of the Minnesota farming and prairie area. The population was 473 at the 2010 census. Minnesota State Highways 4 and 7 are two of the main arterial routes in the community.
Announcements / Updates
We provide the following information and pages to better inform our residents and neighbors. We hope the information is also helpful for those considering moving to, working at or visiting our community.
2016 Cosmos Space Festival - July 15, 16, 17
The annual Cosmos Space Festival features a Little Miss Universe and a Man in the Moon coronation, softball tournament, meals in the park, a Space Festival parade, fireworks, pancake breakfast, pork chop dinner, church in the park, music entertainment, crafters, pedal tractor pull, cow pie bingo, disc golf tournament, volleyball, city wide garage sales, drawings and many other activities.
The Medallion Hunt starts Monday, June 27th! Rules and Clues posted at City Hall.
Click here for more information on the 48th Annual Cosmos Space Festival.
Click here to view the 2016 Space Festival poster which includes a list of all activies and events for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (July 15,16,17).
Cosmos Lions Labor Day Softball Tournament
Cosmos Lions Club
A special thank you goes out to the Cosmos Lions Club for their energy, commitment and financial support for help making this Cosmos website a reality. Their works have benefited countless projects and individuals in our community.
Many residents are active members of organizations and committees that benfit Cosmos and the surrounding communitees. Their dedication, energy and contributions benefit all of us. Community organizations and committees include:
Churches, Schools & Parks
There are a number of churches, schools, parks, playgrounds and ball fields in Cosmos and the surrounding rural area. There are also many options in the neighboring cities of Litchfield, Hutchinson and Willmar.