Welcome to the City of Rogers!

Whether you are a resident, visitor, or business, we invite you to join us and experience what it means to be a part of the Rogers community.


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Our Community

The City of Rogers prides itself in being a growing community with a small town feel. Our population is forecasted to grow to approximately 18,400, by the year 2030, according to the Metropolitan Council. Many different types of residential options are currently available with new developments to come in the near future. In addition to residential developments, schools, great local restaurants, and businesses available in the city, city staff across all departments (administration, finance, fire, information systems, recreation, planning, police, public works, and wines and spirits) work hard to offer a variety of amenities and services to meet the needs of residents and guests.


Looking for recreational programs to get involved with, park facilities and fields to rentfun family events such as movie nights in the park, meeting spaces for rental (community roomactivity room), community gardenssenior programs, a farmers market to buy fresh produce and more, parks to enjoy, or the Rogers Activity Center? Click on one of the many links to find out more information or visit the recreation page.

Picture of the Playground Program

Picture of the Playground Program

Picture of a senior event

Picture of a senior event

Picture of Edgewater Park

Picture of Edgewater Park

Important Places


The Rogers Veteran’s Memorial will eternally provide veterans, their families, and our community a place to reflect and remember the service and sacrifices that have been made, and continue to be made to protect our freedom.

Veterans Memorial


the downtown area consists of long-standing restaurants, businesses, and the Rogers senior center. It is known for its historic value and central location within the city. The annual parade runs down Main Street through Downtown Rogers.

Downtown Rogers



Household Types (%)

Source: Current U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census, Metropolitan Council Annual Estimates, and Metropolitan Council Forecasts Data