A map of Minnesota with cranberry pins dropped where cities have passed resolutions.updated 5/24/22

The following 119 cities have passed resolutions supporting the authority of local elected officials and city staff to make housing and land use decisions in their community. They also resolve to support housing policy that advances solutions to support full housing spectrum solutions, local innovation, incentives instead of mandates, and community-specific solutions throughout Minnesota.

Amboy
Anoka
Arlington
Audubon
Austin
Baxter
Belle Plaine
Bertha
Bird Island
Blaine
Brooten
Brownton
Burnsville
Byron
Cambridge
Carlton
Carver
Cass Lake
Chanhassen
Chaska
Corcoran
Credit River
Dayton
Deer River
Detroit Lakes
Eden Prairie
Edina
Elk River
Elko New Market
Elysian
Forada
Fridley
Glencoe
Glyndon
Goodview
Graceville
Grand Meadow

Greenfield
Ham Lake
Hastings
Hawley
Henriette
Hopkins
Hutchinson
Jenkins
Jordan
Lafayette
Lake Elmo
Lakeville
Lauderdale
Le Center
Le Sueur
Little Falls
Lonsdale
Lucan
Maple Grove
Maple Plain
Milaca
Minneapolis
Minnetonka
Minnetrista
Monticello
Montgomery
Montrose
New Brighton
New London
New Prague
Nisswa
North Branch
Nowthen
Oak Grove
Oak Park Heights
Olivia
Orono
Otsego
Perham
Pierz
Pillager
Plymouth

Prior Lake
Renville
Rosemount
Rush City
Rushford
Rushford Village
Sandstone
Sauk Rapids
Savage
Sebeka
Shakopee
Shoreview
Sleepy Eye
South St. Paul
Spring Lake Park
St. Anthony Village
St. Clair
St. Francis
St. Joseph
St. Louis Park
St. Michael
Stillwater
Sunfish Lake
Swanville
Tyler
Verndale
Victoria
Waconia
Wahkon
Waite Park
Walker
Warren
Watkins
Waverly
Wayzata
Wells
West St. Paul
Woodbury
Wyoming
Zumbrota