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License Category Criteria Policy
Brooklyn Center has a performance-based rental license category criteria policy. License categories are based on the condition of the property as noted during the health and safety inspection and the past year’s record of compliance with public nuisance laws (City Code Chapter 12-911.) Please note that for a new rental license, the disorderly conduct/public nuisance compliance record does not apply.

Licensed Property Requirements
Having applied for and/or been approved for a rental license is only the first step in obtaining and maintaining your rental license. The requirements associated with rental licenses vary depending on the license category type and are summarized in the table below.

 Requirement

Type I

Type II 

Type III 

 Type IV 

Action Plan

 -

 -

Required

 -

Association for Responsible Management Meetings Recommended Recommended Attend 25% Attend 50%
Crime Free Housing Phase I (recommended) Phase I  Phase I and II  Phase I, II, and III 
Inspections Once every three years  Once every two years  Once every year  Once every six months 
Mitigation Plan

-

-

-

Required - Must be completed prior to council approval

Monthly Updates

Required 

Please note:
  • Enforcement actions, including fines or license actions, may be taken for violations.
  • If there is reason to believe the rental is not in compliance with the license category conditions, a license category verification inspection may be conducted.
  • You must complete the license category conditions before being eligible for a higher license category.