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Current status for the Community Center, park facilities, programs & P&R services

Public Notice - February 13, 2021
Governor Walz issued Executive Order 21-01 on January 6, 2021. Modifications were made to executive order as listed in Executive Order 21-07 which are effective starting Saturday, February 13, 2021 with no end date.  

To view a summary of Executive Order 21-01 click here.


The Community Center is open to the public by reservation only.  Please check the page for each area and for fees, details on guidelines specific to use of the area and to make a reservation.


Everyone must have a reservation to use the facility to help us manage capacity restrictions due to COVID-19. The SIGN UP GENIUS app is used to process reservations.  CLICK ON THE LINKS below to reserve your spot.We strongly encourage customers to make their own account for ease of managing their reservations.  We know plans change. If you have reserved a spot and do not plan to use it, please take a moment to cancel the spot or call us to assist you at 763-494-6500.

Grove Cove Pool - Lap February 22 - 28

Grove Cove Pool - Lap March 1- 7

Grove Cove Pool - Leisure February 22 - 28

Grove Cove Pool - Leisure March 1 - 7

Gymnasium Basketball - February 22 - 28

Gymnasium Basketball - March 1 - 7

Maple Maze Indoor Playground - February 22 - 28

Maple Maze  Indoor Playground - March 1 - 7

MGCC Pickleball - February 22 - 28

MGCC Pickleball - March 1 - 7

Open Skating - February 15-28 - Click here

Open Skating - March 1-14 - Click here

Senior Open Skate - February 16-28

Senior Open Skate - March - Click here

Senior Open  Hockey - February 16-28

Senior Open Hockey - March 2-11 - Click here

Adult Open Hockey - February 2021 - Click here 

Adult Open Hockey - March 2021 - Click here

Low Test Freestyle March 2021 - Click here

Dead Ice Figure Skating - March 1 - 5, 2021 - Click Here

Dead Ice Figure Skating - March 8 - 12 2021 - Click Here



The Community Center is a recreational and meeting facility open for drop-in or rental use. Our 700,000 annual visitors bring people of all ages through our doors. Wireless Internet is available.

Join our team and learn skills, share skills in a fun environment!  Flexible hours and good pay. Check out these great Job Opportunities.

City of Maple Grove message regarding COVID-19

The City of Maple Grove is actively monitoring the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). 
The safety of our residents, participants, and staff is of utmost importance, and we are keeping 
that in the forefront of our decisions on programming and facility use. The city’s public safety 
team is collaborating with county and state public health and emergency management officials, and 
is adapting existing response plans as new information becomes available from public health 

Thank you for your patience, understanding, and support as we try to protect the health of our residents, participants and staff, while monitoring the evolving situation.

Visit Minnesota Department of Health’s website at for the most
up-to-date information on COVID-19. Individuals in need of more information may call the MDH COVID-19 Hotline at 651-201-3920.


12951 Weaver Lake Road 

Maple Grove, MN 55369
Hours vary for different building areas.  Select the links below for hours and schedules. 

Community Center Admission Fees

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Community Center Amenities and Info


Due to COVID-19 the concession stand is closed at this time.

Our concession stand has a great selection of meal or snack items including hot dogs, ice cream, French fries, yogurt, cookies, sodas and much more. The concession stand is open during pool hours.

Community Center Community Needs Assessment: UPDATE

During the summer of 2019 the City of Maple Grove conducted a community needs assessment to guide the Community Center Master Planning effort.  The process involved multiple outreach strategies including stake holder meetings, public open house meetings, public comment opportunities and a community survey.  Click here for a summary of the findings.