Professional development events happening for Minnesota NAHRO in 2023.
Promoting strong, viable communities for all Minnesotans
Online Maintenance Series Begins Nov 9th
Join Minnesota NAHRO for our online series tailored specifically for maintenance staff, maintenance supervisors & property managers. We kick off our series November 9th with a session on de-escalation techniques for maintenance staff brought to you by the experts...
Rent Calc for HCV & Public Housing National Training
Great Price & Includes Full Conference BenefitsOctober 12-14: Madden’s Conference Center Join Minnesota NAHRO for this in person 2-day training on rent calculations for both the public housing and housing choice voucher staff. The seminar has been carefully...
Registration Now Open for Minnesota NAHRO Annual Conference
OCTOBER 12-14 at Madden's Conference Center in Brainerd, Minnesota Register & Save with the Early Bird Rate We are excited to celebrate fall at our annual conference which brings together hundreds of directors, staff and commissioners from housing and...
HUD 4350 Training – September 13 & 14 in Plymouth
WHEN: September 13 & 14 WHERE: Plymouth, MN at the Comfort Inn Minnesota NAHRO is proud to present this two day in person training with the national experts at Quadel. We are offering this training at a great price plus you save by keeping your travel...
Save the Date for These Minnesota NAHRO Events in 2022
Minnesota NAHRO members have had to adjust and adapt throughout this pandemic. 2022 is no different and Minnesota NAHRO is busy making plans so our members can connect and learn from each other during these challenging times. Mark your calendar for these...
2021 POHP Webinar
Up to $15 million in General Obligation (GO) bond proceeds will be administered through the Publicly Owned Housing Program (POHP) to help finance public housing rehabilitation costs.
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Mark your calendar for these upcoming events with Minnesota NAHRO.
How HRAs Are Responding to COVID: Back to Basics
Conference Call Friday, December 4th at 11am
With the colder weather upon us and a jump in positive cases, Minnesota is bracing for a challenging winter as we continue to live with COVID-19