The City of Maple Grove's residential rental license moratorium is ending. On July 10, 2023, the city will start accepting new residential rental licenses. The application will be posted on this page once it is available.
A rental license can be issued once an application is received; fees are paid; and it has passed a rental inspection. Renting residential property without proper licensing is a crime punishable by law.
Important note: If you submit an application via email, please do not include any sensitive information (tax, credit card, etc.). A city staff member will call to collect this information.
Contact city staff at 763-494-6040 with questions.
Crime free rental housing (CFRH)
The city's CFRH ordinance creates a partnership between law enforcement and rental property managers to provide a safer living environment and reduce crime and nuisance problems in rental properties.
The CFRH ordinance requires rental owners or operators to:
Conduct criminal background checks as well as criminal and civil court records checks on all prospective tenants covering at least the last three years.
Include in all tenant leases a signed lease addendum for crime-free/drug-free housing (PDF) By signing the lease, the tenant acknowledges that engaging in identified criminal activity and causing the premises to be disorderly is a good cause for termination of tenancy.
Attend an educational seminar if you own/operate two or more rental properties consistent with the Minnesota Crime Free Multi-housing program that includes guidance on applicant screening, rental agreements, identification of illegal activity, eviction process, working with police, crime prevention, licensing and inspections, and more.