Workforce Housing Residents
Residents of the Workforce Housing Program can contact their property manager during on-site office hours, by phone or email.
If this is an after-hours maintenance emergency, call 952-988-3931.
Effective June 1, 2018, all workforce housing units are smoke-free.
Do you need to place a work order? Contact the Operations Specialist in Property Management at 651-675-4506 to submit a work order request or use the link below to submit your request online.
Your work order will be submitted to the Property Management Department and a Maintenance Technician will be out to address the problem.
If this is an after-hours maintenance emergency, call 952-988-3931. After-hours is:
- Before 8 a.m. Monday – Friday
- After 4 p.m. Monday – Friday
- Saturday and Sunday
- Holidays (observed)
The Workforce Housing Program Resident Housing Handbook is a resource for referencing rules, safety tips and information about community resources.
Rent is due the 1st of the month. Residents have until the 5th of the month to submit their rent payment before they will receive late fees.
Your rent can be paid with:
- Personal check
- Money Order
- Automatic Withdrawal (ACH)
Include the stub or bottom portion of the rent statement that you receive in the mail with your rent payment each month. This will ensure that your payment is applied to the correct unit.
Please note: The CDA is closed on holidays and weekends. There is a drop box outside the front door of the CDA office where you can drop off your rent payment after business hours.
To request a copy of your rent statement, please contact the Assistant Property Manager at 651-675-4515.
Automatic Withdrawal is an efficient electronic alternative to paper checks. If you choose to participate in Automatic Withdrawal, you authorize the Dakota County CDA to have the amount of your monthly rent and garage (if applicable) transferred from your checking or savings account to the CDA.
If you are looking for employment and job training resources, the Minnesota WorkForce Centers:
- Guide job seekers through job searches and career planning,
- Partner with area businesses to find workers, and
- Helps anyone at any stage explore and plan careers.
Minnesota WorkForce Centers provide:
- Access to computers & office equipment
- Tools for developing word processing skills & resumes
- Classes & workshops
- Hand-on training
Best of all, most services are free of charge.
There are nearly 50 WorkForce Centers statewide. In Dakota County, Minnesota WorkForce Centers are located in Burnsville and West St. Paul.
2800 County Road 42, Burnsville 55337
Click on or copy & paste the link below to be directed to the Burnsville WorkForce Center website:
West St. Paul
Inside the Dakota County – Northern Service Center
1 Mendota Road West Suite 170, West St. Paul 55188
Click on or copy & paste the link below to be directed to the West St. Paul WorkForce Center website: