The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is the state’s principal economic development agency. DEED programs promote business recruitment, expansion, and retention; international trade; workforce development; and community development.
Starting a business in Minnesota is not a single decision but a series of them, each one an important step on the road to a successful launch. Here we help you tackle the most common questions in the order you’re most likely to need answers.
Whether it’s to startup, operate or expand, at some stage most every business owner must find the money to make things happen. Here you'll find the details on targeted business financing programs available through our JOBZ and Business Finance Office.
A unique state economic development agency, IRRRB promotes and invests in business, community and workforce development in northeastern Minnesota. We provide vital funding, including low or no interest loans, grants and loan guarantees for businesses relocating or expanding in the region. A variety of grants are available to local government, education institutions, and nonprofits that promote workforce development and sustainable communities.
The Minnesota Environmental Quality Board is considering making revisions to the existing rules governing the Environmental Review Program. These are the rules under which Environmental Assessment Worksheets, ...
At its January 2004 meeting, the Environmental Quality Board (EQB) asked its staff to examine the mandatory category threshold levels in the environmental review rules (MN Rules parts 4410.4300 and 4410.4400).
Proposed Amendment to Rules Governing the Minnesota Environmental Review Program, Minnesota Rules, parts 4410.0200 to 4410.7070,Adding Mandatory EAW and Exemption Categories for Recreational Trail Projects.
The proposed rules are authorized by Minnesota Laws 2003, chapter 128, article 1, section 167, subdivision 3, which directs the Environmental Quality Board to ?adopt rules providing for threshold levels for ...