By applying for a license, the owner acknowledges that it is their responsibility to keep the dog's rabies vaccination current once the license is issued. Fridley dog licenses are issued for the lifetime of the dog, or until its ownership is transferred within Fridley. The license fee is $25.
Download a dog license application
If you have any questions, please contact us at 763-571-3450 or info@FridleyMN.gov.
- The City allows for up to three dogs or cats (or a combination) at any residence.
- There is no hunting allowed in the city.
- Prohibited animals include any non-domesticated animal or animal that is wild in nature or disposition including large cats (lions, tigers, cougars, etc), membors of the Candiae family (wolves, foxes, coyotes, dingoes and jackals) skunks, raccoons, bears, badgers, poisonous snakes, pit vipers or constrictors.
- You must apply for and be granted a license to have any kind of livestock. Each case will be determined on an individual basis determined by factors such as property type and size, fences, sanitation control and housing of the animal(s).
Complete details on the city code (law) regarding Animal Control is available in Chapter 101 of Fridley's City Code.
For additional information, call City Hall at (763) 571-3450.
Stray animals are picked up by our Community Service Officers (CSO) and are taken to Dover Kennels, located at 16422 Hanson Blvd in Andover. If you lost a pet without tags, please contact the kennel at 763-434-7332 to see if it is in their care.
Owners are responsible for any fees or costs incurred while at Dover Kennels. The City of Fridley is not responsible for the costs of housing, feeding or care while being housed at Dover Kennels.
Did you know? Fridley has a dog park!
Locke County Park (owned by Anoka County) welcomes off-leash dogs within the fenced area. Dogs must be licensed and supervised.
Locke County Park (840 71st Avenue NE, Fridley)