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Housing Progress Report and Continuum

The Way Home – Safe, Dignified and Affordable Housing for Minneapolis Residents

Unprecedented investment by the Mayor and City Council in the 2019 budget has led to a significant increase in housing production and preservation across the City.

The Way Home Progress Report highlights City housing values, strategies and key results of City programs, policies and investments that advance City housing goals.

The Way Home Progress Report

Minneapolis Affordable Housing Continuum

Our Core Housing Values

Our Key Strategies

  1. Increase housing supply, diversity and affordability in all neighborhoods
  2. Produce more affordable rental housing and preserve subsidized affordable rental housing, for 30 years or more
  3. Preserve unsubsidized naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH)
  4. Improve and sustain access to homeownership, especially among low-income and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) residents
  5. Support renters
  6. Prevent and end homelessness
  7. Maximize potential of publicly-owned land to meet City housing goals
     

 

Last updated Sep 21, 2020

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