The City of Little Canada originally completed the construction of its city hall in 1974. In 1990, an addition was constructed for our council chambers. In 1998, additional space was added to hold the Little Canada Historical Society. The city hall building houses all of the city functions except Public Works and Parks Maintenance.
Our regular business hours are 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Feel free to stop by city hall during regular business hours to see the building, buy gifts containing our city logo, or visit the history center during their business hours. If you are interested in using the facility's conference rooms or council chambers to hold a meeting, please visit the Facility Use Policy section of this website. Feel free to contact our city staff members with your comments or questions via the phone or our online form.
Browse through a list of boards and committees to find meeting information, agendas and minutes, a list of members, and details about each committee.
Agendas & Minutes
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.
Cable TV Channel 16
Tune in to Little Canada's Government Access Channel to watch City Council meetings, Planning Commission meetings, Parks and Recreation Commission meetings, youth sports, and other local programming.
City Budget & Finances
Understand the city budget for Little Canada.
Access and download all of the city codes, such as zoning and municipal codes.
A Comprehensive Plan is required by state law to be used as a guide that provides direction and vision as to how the city will develop and grow.
View all staff involved with the government for Little Canada, including City Council and Inspectors.
All requests for copies, summary data, or to inspect data must be in writing. Requests should be directed to the City Clerk as the Responsible Authority. All requests to inspect data will be limited to normal business hours of the city.
Facility Use Policy
This policy is intended to govern use of the Little Canada City Center by non-city entities. City functions have first priority for use of the facilities in question.
Mayor & City Council
Browse the Mayor & City Council page to find meeting information, agendas and minutes, and a list of members.
Other Elected Officials
See elected officials within Minnesota as well as senator contact information.
Public Hearings and Notices
Many home or business improvement projects require a building permit. Occasionally, the Planning Commission and City Council must act on the work contemplated.
Learn about the City of Little Canada Strategic Plan.