Mounds View is a community that offers life-cycle housing options. This means that you can rent an affordable Mounds View apartment before you purchase the perfect starter home in Mounds View. When you decide that you need more space to raise your family and are certain that you want your children to attend school within the Mounds View School District, you purchase a larger Mounds View home. This is the place where you'll entertain your grandchildren for years to come. Once you reach the age where you no longer want the responsibility of maintaining a single-family house, you decide to move into one of Mounds View's senior housing facilities.

Whether you're a renter, a first-time home buyer, an existing home owner or a landlord, there are financial and technical programs available to make your housing experience in Mounds View much easier. Depending on your needs, each link below will help you determine what program is right for you.

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity's A Brush with Kindness program DO YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEED HELP WITH HOME MAINTENANCE? Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity's A Brush with Kindness program serves struggling homeowners who live in the Twin Cities 7 county metro area whose home needs paint, maintenance and general restoration work.
Housing Demographics
13,000 residents 
5,121 households
2,803 single-family
1,879 multi-family
585 mobile homes
State Demographer Web site

Click on here to view Ordinance 930 and Predatory Offender Buffer map  - Regulating the Locations of Residency Of Certain Registered Offenders Within the City of Mounds View

Contact Information

Housing & Code Enforcement Inspector