Items for Public Review
To ensure that residents, businesses and others are informed of current programs, projects, policies and activities of the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED), information is regularly posted on this page for public review:
- Real property acquisition and disposition/land sales
- Development proposals
- Policies (non-administrative)
- Program guidelines and related programmatic allocations
- Development objectives and criteria
- Redevelopment plans and modifications
- Tax Increment Financing (TIF) plans and amendments
- Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for development, and proposals submitted in response to those RFPs
- Updates to the CPED Business Plan
Current Items for Public Review
The City Council will be considering amendments to the City’s Unified Housing Policy and Revenue Loss Offset Assistance Policy in connection with development of a permanent Inclusionary Zoning Policy. Inclusionary zoning is intended to advance the City’s housing goals by ensuring that affordable housing is provided in new residential or mixed-use developments (see Background section below). This summary of draft policy recommendations will be considered by the City’s Housing Policy and Development Committee on December 4th.
Public comments are being accepted on these policy recommendations until 4:00 p.m. on December 2, 2019. Submit your comments or questions via e-mail to Emily Carr, Senior Project Coordinator, Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
It is expected that the permanent Inclusionary Housing policy will be considered at the following meetings of the City Council:
Housing Policy & Development Committee
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, December 13, 2019 at 9:30 a.m.
Additional information on Minneapolis Inclusionary Zoning.
- The City of Minneapolis is seeking input on the Year 2020 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. This includes proposed changes to the Qualified Allocation Plan and Low Income Housing Tax Credit Procedural Manual. Proposed changes can be found in the documents listed below. Please submit comments by 4:00 p.m. CDT Monday, April 22 to Amy Geisler, Department of Community Planning and Economic Development, 612-673-5038.
- Summary of Proposed 2020 Housing Tax Credit Program Changes (PDF)
- Proposed 2020 Qualified Allocation Plan (redline) (PDF)
- Proposed 2020 Qualified Allocation Plan (clean) (PDF)
- Proposed 2020 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Procedural Manual (redline) (PDF)
- Proposed 2020 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Procedural Manual (clean) (PDF)
New or updated exhibits
• Exhibit V: ACP50 Map (PDF)
• Exhibit AC: MN Housing’s Income Averaging Rent and Income Grid (xls)
• Exhibit AD: MN Housing’s Income Averaging Certification Form (doc)
• Exhibit AE: Tenant Selection Plan supporting documentation (PDF)
Last updated Dec 17, 2019