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Code Enforcement Appeals
Any property owner or tenant affected by a current order issued in connection with the enforcement of a health, housing, building or fire code may request an appeal hearing before the Legislative Hearing Officer. Click on the Legislative Hearing Fact Sheet for more information.

Download the Application for Appeal and return the filled-out form, along with a copy of all correspondence from the inspector, to:
City Clerk’s Office
310 City Hall
15 Kellogg Blvd., West
Saint Paul, MN 55102

The appeal must be filed within the deadline provided for in the order and there is a fee of $25 for most appeals.

For more information call (651) 266-8585.

Approved Assessment Appeals
If an assessment has been approved by the City Council, any person may appeal to the district court by filing a written notice with the city clerk stating the grounds upon which the appeal is taken. This notice must be filed within twenty (20) days after the adoption of the assessment. A notice must then be filed with the clerk of district court within 10 (ten) days after filing with the city clerk.

Go to Chapter 14 of the Saint Paul City Charter for more information.

Responsible Banking:
Disclosure Form Responses

2014 US Bank Disclosure Form
2014 US Bank Attachment A
2014 US Bank Attachment B
2014 US Bank Attachment C

Sales Tax Revitalization (STAR)
What is the STAR Program?
  • The authorizing legislation states that revenues may be used to pay all or a portion of the capital expenses for expansion and remodeling of the Saint Paul Civic Center Complex.
  • The remainder of the funds must be spent for capital projects to further residential, cultural, commercial and economic development in both Downtown Saint Paul and Saint Paul neighborhoods.
  • In 1994, the City Council established the Sales Tax Revitalization (STAR) Program, which includes the Neighborhood STAR and Cultural STAR Programs, to distribute the remaining sales tax proceeds.

What is Neighborhood STAR?
The Neighborhood STAR Program awards loans and grants for capital improvement projects in Saint Paul Neighborhoods, and is funded with 50 percent of the sales tax proceeds.

What is Cultural STAR?
The Cultural STAR Program was created to promote economic growth in Saint Paul by strengthening the arts and cultural sector and by supporting Downtown as a vital cultural center.

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