Entertainment In The Park

Entertainment In The Park

Enjoy evenings of free family entertainment throughout the summer following our weekly Farmer’s Market beginning Wed., June 11th.  For weather updates, call 763-428-0975 as some...

Rogers Police Open House

Rogers Police Open House

There will be an Open House for our community to tour the new Police Department, and help us celebrate the much-awaited completion of our...

Milk Your Recycling For All It’s Worth

Milk Your Recycling For All It’s Worth

Do you know how easy it is to juice up your recycling? Load it up? And milk it for all it's worth? More waste items...

HWY 101 and County Road 144 Reconstruction

HWY 101 and County Road 144 Reconstruction

The purpose of this project is to Improve traffic safety and operations at intersections, by improving traffic flow, and minimize congestion on Highway 101. A...

Fire Fighter Recruitment

Fire Fighter Recruitment

The Rogers Fire Department is currently accepting applications for paid-on-call firefighters to establish a hiring eligibility list. Rogers Fire responds to over 500 Fire/EMS calls...

  • Entertainment In The Park

    Entertainment In The Park

  • Rogers Police Open House

    Rogers Police Open House

  • Milk Your Recycling For All It’s Worth

    Milk Your Recycling...

  • HWY 101 and County Road 144 Reconstruction

    HWY 101 and County...

  • Fire Fighter Recruitment

    Fire Fighter Recruitment

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Dog and Cat Licenses

Dog and cat licenses are required for animals that are age 6 months and older and are available at City Hall. A license is $6.00 per year. A current certificate of rabies vaccination is required for purchasing a license.

Lost and Found

If you have lost or found an animal, contact the Rogers Police Department by calling 911. For questions about an impounded animal, you may contact Community Service Officer Scott Blasko by calling 612-490-1796, or Monticello Animal Control at 612-859-6989.

Pet Education

Find expert advice here, for how to curb your dog’s barking, chasing, aggression, running out of the yard etc.

This Veterinarian made a video to demonstrate the reality of how dangerous it is to leave dogs in a hot car, even for a short period of time. View the video here.