The City of Little Falls is nestled along the Mississippi River at the intersection of Minnesota Highway 27, US Highway 10 and Minnesota Highway 371. With a population near 9,000, Little Falls offers a skilled workforce and growth potential to any business.
Little Falls offers several industrial parks as well as a downtown district. A large portion of our downtown area is located in the “Little Falls Commercial Historic District”, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Little Falls is home to a diversity of industries: military, health care, mail processing, sheet metal/welding, snowplows and conveyors, wood products, food processing, monuments, tool and die, technology, ethanol and more.
The City of Little Falls has 43 certified shovel ready sites, totaling more than 63 acres of land available for business or industrial expansion and relocation. Business owners interested in expanding or relocating to Little Falls should contact City Hall at (320) 616-5500 to inquire, Tax Increment Financing, Land Write Down, and other economic development possibilities.