Renter resources

See resources available to help you with rental housing issues in Minneapolis.


The City and many groups can help with rental housing issues.

We share:

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Minneapolis Housing Liaisons

Housing Liaisons

We help renters and property owners solve housing issues.

City resources

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Rental housing liaisons

Regulatory Services has employees that work closely with Inspections staff to support renters.

They can support renters by:

  • Finding resources for renters in tough situations
  • Coordinating between renters, owners and City staff
  • Working with renters to understand the work of Inspections Services.

Contact 311 to connect with a rental housing liaison

Legal resources

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HOME Line can help with evictions and connect you with an attorney. Free and low-cost services for renters include:

  • Legal
  • Organizing
  • Education
  • Advocacy

Services available in:

  • English
  • Hmong
  • Spanish
  • Somali

Visit HOME Line

Legal Aid

Legal Aid helps low-income people facing eviction, housing discrimination and more.

Visit Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid

Volunteer Lawyers Network

This network helps people experiencing poverty. Top private lawyers in the state provide services at no cost.

Visit Volunteer Lawyers Network

More rental resources

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HousingLink lists affordable rental housing vacancies and waiting list openings in:

  • Minneapolis
  • St. Paul
  • Twin Cities suburbs
  • Minnesota

Visit HousingLink

More organizations

Contact us

Regulatory Services


Public Service Building
505 Fourth Ave. S., Room 510
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Office hours

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Closed on City holidays

See list of City holidays

Minneapolis 311


7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Monday – Friday

See list of City holidays