Activities and Programs
Recreation COVID Guide
- Refunds & Cancellations
- Resident Status
- Fee Assistance
- Photographs and Video
- Data Privacy
- Equal Opportunity
Registration is accepted on a first come, first registered basis. Register early as many programs fill quickly. Be advised that all programs have a minimum and maximum enrollment standards.
Receipts will be sent by email or mail by request. Please ensure your email address is up to date during registration as important updates may be sent to you regarding the program/activity. Assume programs will be held at the time and location indicated and that you are enrolled unless you hear from Parks & Recreation.
4 easy ways to register:
2. Mail: Complete registration form and mail with payment to: 2660 Civic Center Dr, Roseville, MN 55113
3. Phone: Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30 pm 651-792-7006
4. In Person: Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30 pm, Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Dr, Roseville, MN
Make checks payable to: Roseville Parks and Recreation
If cancellation or withdrawal becomes necessary, notify the Parks and Recreation office prior to the program’s registration deadline. If no deadline is listed, cancellation needs to be made at least one week before the start of the activity. All cancellations are subject to an administrative charge on individual registrations. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made after the registration deadline. If there is a medical or extenuating circumstance, contact the Parks and Recreation office. Full refunds will be given if a program is cancelled by the Parks and Recreation department.
All Roseville residents, and anyone who works a minimum of 30 hours/week at a location in the City of Roseville receives a discount on individual program registrations. All adult team sports prepay an Adult Team Sports non-resident fee at registration. Refunds issued upon proof of residency or employment location. To qualify for nonresident fee refund, all team members must live or work at least 30 hours per week in the City of Roseville.
Lauderdale Residents, please note:
The Lauderdale City Council has long supported a recreation reimbursement program for residents that take advantage of recreation programs offered by the cities of Roseville and Falcon Heights. Now they have arranged for automatic reimbursement for the difference in resident vs. non-resident fees. Residents simply need to show proof of residency when registering. Contact Lauderdale City Hall, 651-792-7650.
A tight budget should not prevent your child from participating in Roseville Parks & Recreation programs. Roseville residents can apply for assistance with program fees based on individual financial need. Fee Assistance applications are available at the Parks & Recreation office.
Financial support for the recreation fee assistance program is made available, in part, by generous donations from local organizations and businesses. If you would like more information on how you can help support the Recreation Fee Assistance program, please call 651-792-7006.
Living in Minnesota, we know weather can put a halt on our plans. If weather is questionable, please call the appropriate weather line for a pre-recorded message regarding the status of the program/activity. Please note that messages are often updated closer to an activity start time.
Adult Sports Weather Line: 651-792-7416; Adult Sports Weather website
Youth Activities Weather Line: 651-792-7417
OVAL Weather Line: 651-792-7191
In accordance with the Minnesota Data Privacy Act, the Parks and Recreation staff informs you that the personal information we request of you and/or your child is private. This private data is available to you and the Parks & Recreation staff who need the information to perform their duties, but not to the public.
The City of Roseville provides opportunity to all citizens, employees and participants. This policy prohibits discrimination based on race, religious beliefs, origin, place of residence, disability, marital status, and status as to public assistance, sex, age or sexual preference.