Help set priorities for federal housing funds in St. Louis Park
Each year, Hennepin County receives around $6 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for suburban housing and development projects and services.
To guide the use of these funds, Hennepin County works with cities, residents, and other partners to set goals and priorities for affordable housing and community development in suburban communities as part of a five-year action plan. These priorities also help shape broader affordable housing efforts by the county and partner cities.
Understanding your personal experiences and priorities will help inform how federal funds are invested in housing and community development activities and services in your community. The next five-year plan is now under development and there are several ways you can provide feedback.
Share your feedback
Complete a short survey
Take less than five minutes to share your thoughts through the county's online survey.
Attend a listening session
Each listening session will include an overview of the five-year plan, a presentation of current housing data and trends in suburban cities, facilitated small group discussions and goals and priorities ranking activity.
- Oct. 7, 5:30 - 7 p.m. in Minnetonka
- Hennepin County Library — Ridgedale, 12601 Ridgedale Drive
- Oct. 24, 5:30 - 7 p.m. in Brooklyn Center
- Hennepin County Library — Brookdale, 6125 Shingle Creek Pkwy.
- Oct. 28, 10 - 11:30 a.m. in Edina
- Hennepin County Library — Southdale, 7001 York Ave. S.
You can register online for each listening session.
If you need additional accommodations such as a language interpreter, assisted hearing equipment or childcare, please contact Julia Welle Ayres at Julia.WelleAyres@hennepin or 612.543.4342, at least three days before the event.
Email the county
You can email feedback on your housing experience and priorities to email@example.com.