Moving Here

Welcome to LeRoy! Are you thinking about making our community your new home? Whether you're looking for a vibrant business community, nurturing school district or a peaceful place to raise your family, we're thrilled you're considering us.

This page is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about moving and settling into LeRoy.

Realtors & Available Land and Buildings

LeRoy is primarily served by two realtors:

Coming soon: View available land and buildings

Utility Services

The following companies provide utility services in LeRoy:

Phone & Internet Services

The following companies provide communications services in LeRoy:

Waste Removal Services

Garbage collection is required within the city linits.The following companies provide waste removal services in LeRoy:

Mower County Recycling also offers curbside recycling and provides large dumpsters by the water tower for LeRoy residents.

Medical Services

Medical services can be obtained at the following locations:


The LeRoy-Ostrander Public School District offers K-12 instruction and boasts small class sizes. Families are also encouraged to explore Early Childhood Family Education and Community Education offerings. Community Education offers preschool classes, adult classes and seminars, as well as summer athletic programs.


LeRoy features two city parks:

  • Baumbach (North Park) features tennis, pickleball and basketball courts courts, as well as ball diamond, picnic shelter, playground and restroom facility.
  • South Park features a picnic shelter, ball diamond, playground and restroom facilities

Lake Louise State Park is a scenic oasis just 1.5 miles north of LeRoy. Immerse yourself in 1,100 acres of pristine wilderness, featuring a 25-acre lake ideal for swimming, canoeing and fishing. Hike, bike, or horseback ride along the park’s extensive trails, where you'll encounter breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife. A quaint campground featuring well-maintained shower and restroom facilities makes for an ideal get-away during the warm season. Lake Louise State Park is also a haven for butterfly and bird enthusiasts, boasting sightings of rare species.

The Shooting Star Bike Trail begins in LeRoy, travels through Lake Louise State Park and along Minnesota Highway 56. The 30-mile paved trail takes you through the communities of Taopi, Adams and Rose Creek and ends near the Jay C. Hormel Nature Center in Austin. Experience an abundance of native wildflowers and the remnant tall grass prairie of southeastern Minnesota, one of the world’s rarest and most endangered ecosystems.

The LeRoy Community Pool is an indoor facility offering everything from lap swimming to open swimming, water aerobics, as well as public and private swim lessons. You can also rent the pool at affordable rates for special occasions.

If you have additional questions about moving to LeRoy, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are here to serve you!

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