Minnesota Housing periodically undertakes a comprehensive review of its mission, vision, values, priorities, goals and strategies. The Strategic Plan provides the Agency's direction for the next four years. It outlines how the Agency will use its financial, programmatic, operational and human resources to achieve its strategic priorities and sustain a healthy organization over the long term.
Working Documents for 2024-2027 Strategic Plan
The following working documents summarize the information we have collected so far, which provided the basis for the 2024-2027 Draft Strategic Plan.
Affordable Housing Plan
The Affordable Housing Plan (AHP) is Minnesota Housing’s business plan to carry out the Agency’s core work for the upcoming two years and implement the Strategic Plan. The AHP outlines key programmatic and policy initiatives for the next two years, specifies program-by-program funding and establishes production targets.
Affirmative Action Plan
Heading Home Together
The Minnesota Housing Interagency Council on Homelessness (MICH) has issued numerous multiyear plans to prevent and end homelessness. The most recent plans are listed below.
For information about the current strategic plan under development, visit MICH’s Justice Strategic Plan.
The Minnesota Olmstead Plan is a set of goals our state must meet so that people with disabilities can live, learn, work, and enjoy life alongside everyone else in the community. Learn more about the Olmstead Plan.
Federal Program Plans
Citizen Participation Plan
Consolidated Housing & Community Development Plan
Minnesota submits a Consolidated Housing and Community Development Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) every five years. It establishes goals for addressing housing and community development needs.
The Annual Action Plan is updated every year. A Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is issued for the previous year.
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Report
The Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing (AI) is completed in cooperation with the Department of Employment and Economic Development and Department of Human Services. The 2018 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing was adopted in September 2018.