The City of Champlin has a rental licensing and inspections program to ensure that rental property doesn't become a blight on neighborhoods. Poorly maintained or poorly managed rental property can be a disincentive for homeowners to reinvest in their properties. Owning and operating rental housing is a business and the City requires owners of rental property to secure a license to operate that business. As a part of the license requirement, an inspection is done to ensure the property is safe, secure and sanitary not only for the tenant but for the community.
All residential rental property in Champlin is required to be licensed annually and inspected on a regular schedule. The Code Enforcement Officer licenses and inspects rental properties in the Community. For more information or questions contact Rebecca McMahon.
Landlords & Tenants Booklet
The Minnesota State Attorney General has a booklet for landlords and tenants titled Landlord and Tenants: Rights and Responsibilities. This booklet can be downloaded and printed at no charge.