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Municipal Ordinances

Each check mark on this table represents a form of trapping that is allowed by a Municipal Ordinance in a community in the State of Minnesota, U.S.A. This table is not necessarily updated when ordinances are updated. This table should not be used to determine whether or not a specific trapping activity is allowed in a given municipality. For more information, please refer to the specific ordinances and local officials.

Minnesota State Hunting & Trapping Regulations apply to all of these municipalities, but each municipality has the option of adding further protection from the dangers of hunting and trapping. 

The following keywords are used in the column names: Trap: lethal trapping and snaring are allowed for recreational purposesPark: in municipal parks. Public: on publicly-held lands and waters other than parks (e.g. open spaces). Private: on private property with owner's permission; Authorized: lethal trapping and snaring by government-authorized trappers (often including qualified landowners) are allowed for nuisance-animal control.

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Duluth     January 18, 2015 Legislative Code 
Gem Lake     July 1, 2012  
Grant     July 1, 2012  
Hugo     July 1, 2012  
Maplewood     July 1, 2012  
Minneapolis     July 1, 2012  
Mounds View     July 1, 2012  
Plymouth     October 1, 2013  
Ramsey County     July 1, 2012  
Saint Paul     July 1, 2012  
Shoreview     July 1, 2012 Description 
Two Harbors     January 16, 2015 Ordinance 
Vadnais Heights     July 1, 2012  
White Bear Lake     January 8, 2013 Municipal Code 
White Bear Twp     May 31, 2013 Description 
Woodbury     July 1, 2012  
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