Posted Date: March 18, 2021
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March 18, 2021  

Zoning Reform in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Welcome to RBC Updates! PD&R is pleased to present this new eList featuring In Depth articles from HUD User’s Regulatory Barriers Clearinghouse (RBC).

The In Depth section on RBC takes a closer look at innovative state and local strategies, activities, and plans to mitigate the impacts of regulations on the development of affordable housing. Each In Depth article highlights a particular plan, ordinance, or strategy in the RBC database and elaborates on aspects such as the approval process, stakeholder participation, and the progress made in reducing regulatory barriers.

The most recent In Depth highlights Minneapolis 2040, the city of Minneapolis’ comprehensive plan adopted in 2018. The plan covers land use, transportation, environmental, and other issues that affect how the city will develop and manage its growth. A major component of the plan was to amend the zoning ordinance to allow small-scale residential structures with multiple units in neighborhoods of single-family houses. Minneapolis 2040 also led to the allocation of $40 million for major affordable housing programs in the 2019 budget, such as the Missing Middle Housing pilot program to support the development of affordable housing in 2- to 20-unit buildings.

Visit HUD User’s RBC In Depth page to learn more about zoning reform in Minneapolis and other plans and initiatives that state and local governments have enacted to reduce impediments to affordable housing.


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RBC Announcements Regulatory Barriers Research Subscribe to RBC Updates Through the Roof: What Communities Can Do About the High Cost of Rental Housing in America Ordinance No. 2020-0064, amending Title 22, Planning and Zoning of the Los Angeles County Code and establishing the Inclusionary Housing Program Substitute Ordinance SO2020, modifying provisions governing affordable dwelling units, to amend Title 17, among others, of the Chicago Municipal Code

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