The following commentary appeared on September 5, 2017 in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Partnerships can help with public housing Traditional funding is thin; private investors can play a constructive, nonthreatening role. By Greg Russ and Tamir [...]
In recent months, MPHA has begun talking more about the need and the possibilities for reinvesting in our public housing. We have deep needs to rehab, remodel, and redevelop our homes for public housing residents [...]
Metro housing authorities: how can we collaborate to enhance opportunity for families with vouchers?
In August 2017, leaders from public housing agencies across the Twin Cities metro area convened in Minneapolis for "Thinking Locally, Solving Regionally," a study and brainstorming session to discuss how we could work together more [...]
The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) values resident and community voices in every decision we make. However, the protest planned for the site of MPHA’s Glendale Townhomes is based upon recklessly incorrect statements about who [...]
Update: Since approving and publishing the Guiding Principles, MPHA has added a page of frequent Questions and Answers about them. Click here to read! The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) Board of Commissioners has [...]
MPHA and Family Housing Fund team up to explore regional approach to housing vouchers in the Twin Cities
Possible partnership among metro housing authorities would mean greater mobility, opportunity, and choice for low-income families The Family Housing Fund has awarded $300,000 over two years to the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) to explore [...]