Affordable housing resources
Food, water, shelter—housing is a basic need and affordability is an essential. Today, affordable housing is an issue on the forefront of people’s minds and Bloomington is no exception.
Earlier this year, the City approved an opportunity housing ordinance to preserve and create new affordable housing opportunities in Bloomington. The goal is to provide more affordable housing units for working families, seniors and other residents.
Perhaps you have questions about the availability of affordable housing in Bloomington? Maybe you are looking for affordable housing? A number of resources are available through the City’s affordable housing page at visit blm.mn/affordablehousing. Resources include:
- HousingLink contains information on affordable housing opportunities at blm.mn/houselink or call 612-522-2500.
- ECHO is a multi-language website with information about housing, health and safety issues and more at
- blm.mn/ECHO or call 651-222-1717.
- First Call for Help is a crisis support line offers helpful connections for housing plus other resources. Call 211 or visit blm.mn/1stCallHelp.
- HOMEline offers free information on legal rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords at blm.mn/homeline or call 612-728-5767.
- HUD Fair Housing has information on how to file a fair housing complaint at blm.mn/HUDFairHouse or call 202-708-1112.
- Minnesota Office of the Department of Housing and Urban Development can be reached at blm.mn/MnHUD or call 202-708-1112.
To ask questions by phone, call 952-563-8937.