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Dogs are not permitted to run at large in city parks. Dogs must be on a leash and under the owner's control at all times. Owners must pick up dog excrement and properly dispose of it in waste receptacles.
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Yes, the Old Fire Hall is available to residents only for community events. Visit the Old Fire Hall page for more information.
The park shelters may also be rented. Visit the Parks & Trails page for more information.
We publish our youth activities in Little Canada's legal newspaper "The Review," in the Roseville Area School District's brochure, and in Little Canada's newsletter "Le Petit Canadien." We also place information on our activities on Little Canada's Facebook Page, Cable TV Channel 16, and on this website.
We are excited to offer online registration to our customers! However, there are several other ways to register too. You may register by mail, by fax (if paying by credit card), or in person at:
Little Canada City Center515 Little Canada Road EastLittle Canada, MN 55117
A copy of our registration form is available on this website under our youth recreation page. We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
You can reserve a park shelter from the Parks & Trails page.
Little Canada's Ice Rink features warming houses, on-site parking, and lighted pleasure and hockey rinks. The rink is generally open from mid-December through the end of February, weather permitting. Hours for hockey and pleasure skating are:
Location: 430 Little Canada Road East
Location: 60 Demont East
During school holidays, the rinks will also be open from noon to 9 p.m. However, the rinks will close at 5 p.m. on December 24 and 31, and will be closed all day on December 25. Warming houses will be open and adult supervised during these hours, weather permitting.
The facilities will be used frequently by the Little Canada Parks and Recreation Department for scheduled youth activities. Check schedules posted at rink offices or ask the supervisor on duty about these activities.