In the 2017 Legislation session, a new statute in Minnesota chapter 415 was created the requires certain types of notice for many proposed ordinances or proposed amendment to ordinances. Only interim ordinances have been exempted from this notice requirement. Therefore, the City of Inver Grove Heights will use this page as the place to post the proposed ordinance.
The City will also notify by:
•Providing email notification of the proposed ordinances. If you're interested, you may sign up for ordinance notifications.
•Posting the ordinance on this page.
•Having available upon request the proposed ordinance at the front counter.
There are three readings that are required for an ordinance approval unless the Council determines that the ordinance can be accepted in one reading. Public hearing notices are published in the Southwest Review the Sunday before the city council meeting.
Please note that failure to provide a notice does not invalidate the adoption or amended ordinance.
Summary of Ordinances
Predatory Offender Ordinance
Hearing for Predatory Offender Ordinance
Notice is hereby given that on August 28, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, located at 8150 Barbara Avenue, Inver Grove Heights, MN, the City Council of the City of Inver Grove Heights will consider a proposed ordinance repealing the interim ordinance establishing temporary residency restrictions for designated predatory offenders and enacting permanent residency restrictions for designated predatory offenders.
Transient Lodging in Dwelling Units (Short Term Rentals)
The Inver Grove Heights City Council is considering an ordinance amendment to prohibit short term rentals for residential homes. This includes the letting, lease, license or agreement to use or occupy a residential home for less than 20 consecutive days. The complete ordinance can be viewed at the receptionist’s desk during normal business hours. The city council will discuss the ordinance on August 28, 2017 at the City of Inver Grove Heights City Hall, 8150 Barbara Ave.
Any revisions of the proposed ordinance will appear on the City Council agenda packets posted on the City Website.