418 Rice Street Anoka, Minnesota
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,593 SqFt 1.640 Acres
Listing courtesy of Compass
317 Rice Street Anoka, Minnesota
6 Beds 3 Baths 3,271 SqFt 0.750 Acres
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Classic Realty
308 Rum River Way Anoka, Minnesota
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,158 SqFt 0.050 Acres
Listing courtesy of Weekley Homes, LLC
In September 2021, Anoka County MN home prices were up 14.4% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $338K. On average, homes in Anoka County
Anoka County comprises the north portion of the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area, the largest metropolitan area in the state and the sixteenth-largest in the United States with about 3.64 million residents.
Anoka is a city in and the county seat of Anoka County , Minnesota, United States. Its population was 17,142 at the 2010 census. Anoka is the “Halloween Capital of the World” because it hosted one of the first Halloween parades in 1920.
Anoka County MN is dedicated to serving the households in Anoka who may be dealing with homelessness and/or other housing related issues.
The Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority was created in December 1994. Economic development powers were added in June 2007. The Anoka County MN Economic Development Services is responsible for the administration of federal, state and Anoka County programs.
Anoka County MN Economic Development Services currently provides housing and redevelopment services to the following communities:
Anoka County MN Economic Development Services provides economic development services to the following communities:
Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program is a program administered by Minnesota Housing Finance Agency to provide grant funds to encourage and support innovation at the county or regional multi-county level to establish a total system designed to serve and possibly redesign the homeless support system.
Funds are used for many purposes including preventing an episode of homelessness, shortening the length of time someone may be homeless in a shelter, and eliminating repeat episodes of homelessness.
Each funded agency designs the project that best meets the needs within their own community
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and to protect our customers and employees, Anoka County temporarily closed all its public-facing services. Even though face-to-face visits have been eliminated, county employees will still be available to help via email, phone and virtual visits.
The Homeowner Rehabilitation Loan Programs provides deferred payment loan financing to income-eligible homeowners to address health and safety concerns in your home, does not cover cosmetic updates or deferred maintenance. Anoka County offers two loan programs to Anoka County property owners. See the program fact sheets below.
Loan program income limits are based on gross household annual income of all household members. Borrowers must not exceed the income limit per household size. Approved Homeowner Rehabilitation Loan Programs applicants will be placed on a first come, first served wait list.