What’s New

$500 Landlord Incentive Program going on now!

For a limited time, landlords who lease up with Section 8/HCV participants can receive a $500 BONUS in addition to their monthly assistance payment. New and current Section 8/HCV Landlords are eligible for the incentive bonus, and there is no limit on the number of bonus payments a landlord can receive during the promotional period. Landlords, don’t delay! Tell us about your available rental properties in Carlton County and you may be eligible for this special incentive. Contact Bob at 218-341-5497 or email bob@cloquetcarltonhra.org and tell us about your property to see if you qualify. Learn more by downloading our promotional flyer and landlord letter. We look forward to working with you!

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE – Our housing authority is closely monitoring this national emergency and taking steps to protect our residents, clients, and staff.

Until further notice, office staff will interact with individuals that require personal contact in the office reception area. Remember that you can always call the office at 218-879-3353. If you have an emergency please call 911.

Learn more, including tips on prevention and safety, by reviewing the latest virus information:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Minnesota Department of Health

University of Minnesota

Request for Qualifications

The Carlton Housing & Redevelopment Authority is seeking architectural/engineering design services. Interested applicants please see the following documents and deadlines.

Request for Qualifications- A-E Services

Attachment A – Profile of Firm Form

Attachment B – HUD 5369-C

Attachment C – Profile of Firm Form

Attachment D – Section 3 Form

Attachment E – HUD 5369-B

Attachment F – ITPC

Attachment G – HUD 51915 Model Form of Agreement Between Owner and Design Professional

Attachment G-1 – HUD 5370

Attachment G-2 – Supplemental Contract Conditions

Attachment H – SF330.13

Coordinated Entry

Coordinated Entry is now available to assist people who are homeless, living somewhere without working utilites, living with another family and no space of their own, or going to be homeless in two weeks or less. Participating agencies include: Cloquet/Carlton Housing & Redevelopment Authority, HDC Outreach Center, Lakes and Pines Community Action Council, MAC-V, and Salvation Army. If you don’t live in Carlton County but need housing services, please call 2-1-1 and ask for assistance where you live.

RentHelpMN is Now Open for Applications

Minnesota Housing is pleased to announce that RentHelpMN is now open and accepting applications. RentHelpMN makes it possible for eligible renters to get caught up on overdue rent and utilities dating back to March 13, 2020. It also makes provisions for those at risk of falling behind on rent payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please note that RentHelpMN is in Phase One, in which people with past due rent who meet eligibility requirements are invited to apply.

To apply for RentHelpMN, please visit renthelpmn.org or call 211. The 211 helpline has dedicated multilingual staff available to answer questions about RentHelpMN, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Visit renthelpmn.org to learn more about the program and eligibility requirements and to apply.

+ WHATS NEW

What’s New

$500 Landlord Incentive Program going on now!

For a limited time, landlords who lease up with Section 8/HCV participants can receive a $500 BONUS in addition to their monthly assistance payment. New and current Section 8/HCV Landlords are eligible for the incentive bonus, and there is no limit on the number of bonus payments a landlord can receive during the promotional period. Landlords, don’t delay! Tell us about your available rental properties in Carlton County and you may be eligible for this special incentive. Contact Bob at 218-341-5497 or email bob@cloquetcarltonhra.org and tell us about your property to see if you qualify. Learn more by downloading our promotional flyer and landlord letter. We look forward to working with you!

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE – Our housing authority is closely monitoring this national emergency and taking steps to protect our residents, clients, and staff.

Until further notice, office staff will interact with individuals that require personal contact in the office reception area. Remember that you can always call the office at 218-879-3353. If you have an emergency please call 911.

Learn more, including tips on prevention and safety, by reviewing the latest virus information:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Minnesota Department of Health

University of Minnesota

Request for Qualifications

The Carlton Housing & Redevelopment Authority is seeking architectural/engineering design services. Interested applicants please see the following documents and deadlines.

Request for Qualifications- A-E Services

Attachment A – Profile of Firm Form

Attachment B – HUD 5369-C

Attachment C – Profile of Firm Form

Attachment D – Section 3 Form

Attachment E – HUD 5369-B

Attachment F – ITPC

Attachment G – HUD 51915 Model Form of Agreement Between Owner and Design Professional

Attachment G-1 – HUD 5370

Attachment G-2 – Supplemental Contract Conditions

Attachment H – SF330.13

Coordinated Entry

Coordinated Entry is now available to assist people who are homeless, living somewhere without working utilites, living with another family and no space of their own, or going to be homeless in two weeks or less. Participating agencies include: Cloquet/Carlton Housing & Redevelopment Authority, HDC Outreach Center, Lakes and Pines Community Action Council, MAC-V, and Salvation Army. If you don’t live in Carlton County but need housing services, please call 2-1-1 and ask for assistance where you live.

+ HAVING DIFFICULTY PAYING YOUR RENT BECAUSE OF COVID-19

RentHelpMN is Now Open for Applications

Minnesota Housing is pleased to announce that RentHelpMN is now open and accepting applications. RentHelpMN makes it possible for eligible renters to get caught up on overdue rent and utilities dating back to March 13, 2020. It also makes provisions for those at risk of falling behind on rent payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please note that RentHelpMN is in Phase One, in which people with past due rent who meet eligibility requirements are invited to apply.

To apply for RentHelpMN, please visit renthelpmn.org or call 211. The 211 helpline has dedicated multilingual staff available to answer questions about RentHelpMN, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Visit renthelpmn.org to learn more about the program and eligibility requirements and to apply.