Participate in a survey by Dec. 28.
Minnesota Housing is soliciting input on how the agency should prioritize remaining funds under the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
In 2021 and 2022, Minnesota Housing used program resources to fund RentHelpMN, which provided roughly $450 million in housing assistance for renters who were behind on rent and utility payments. After receiving additional funds from the federal government, the agency now has approximately $75 million left in Emergency Rental Assistance funds. It is asking for input via a survey that is open until Dec. 28.