Federal housing policies assure equal access to rental and home-ownership opportunities for everyone. Fair housing laws cover virtually all housing in the United States.
The City of Hopkins is committed to fair housing in our community. See the information below to learn more about fair housing and find helpful resources.
In compliance with the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1988, the City of Hopkins must provide a reasonable accommodation in the application of zoning and other regulations for qualified persons with disabilities, as defined by Federal law, who are seeking fair and equal access to housing.
This can be understood as flexibility in city regulations such as zoning, land use, or other policies which may include the modification or waiver of certain rules to eliminate barriers to fair housing.
A request for a reasonable accommodation can be made using this form.
Accommodations Under Consideration
101 Oakwood Road - Appeal Complete
The public comment period was held June 17 through July 5 and is now closed.
A notice of decision was made and sent to the applicant on October 7, 2022. This application has been denied.
The applicant, Kevin Stanton, has requested an appeal of the above decision. The City Council heard the appeal on December 6, 2022.
On January 3, 2023, the City Council voted to uphold the determination of denial made by the reasonable accommodation specialist.
Any questions can be directed to the Reasonable Accommodation Specialist.
Questions can be directed to the Accommodations Specialist, PeggySue Imihy Bean.