Regulatory Services

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250 South 4th Street, Room 400
Minneapolis, MN 55415

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Data and Reports

With a new focus on metric-based, data-driven information to create informed policy decisions, the Department of Regulatory Services hopes to ensure the most efficient use of its resources while simultaneously offering residents with useful information aimed at engaging all its stakeholders in meaningful conversation based on critical data relevant to each area of the city. Formalized reports, interactive data tools, and presentations are just some of the great new features that will be available to the public.

Open Data Portal

The open data portal is part of the Citywide enterprise to provide regular, up-to-date content that the public requests frequently. Currently we have our open rental license data in the open data portal.  More content will likely be added to the open data portal in the future.  Please visit the link provided below.

Open Rental Licenses in Minneapolis


We are committed to having a multi-faceted approach to using our resources effectively and outreaching to the larger community. Many of our reports are aimed at addressing and identifying the complex dynamics related to the work of this department. These reports are also used to make policy or procedural recommendations both internally throughout the enterprise as well as with our external partners.

2018 Snow Emergency Report (Coming Soon)

2017 Citywide, Ward, and Neighborhood Profiles

2016 Citywide, Ward, and Neighborhood Profiles

Interactive Mapping Applications

The Department of Regulatory Services has a new initiative to have interactive data available to the general public as well as provide tools and resources to our residents. These maps can be used to see general trends, to obtain specific property information, to learn more about what this department does or to find further resources and tools that are available.



Last updated May 10, 2019



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