Doesn’t the city already inspect apartments and other rentals?

Common areas of apartments buildings are inspected, but all other inspections have been complaint based. If no one complains, a problem can go unaddressed.

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1. How much does a license cost?
2. Are inspections still being scheduled during the COVID-19 pandemic?
3. Where can I go for assistance for my rent payment?
4. Can I still apply for a license during the COVID-19 pandemic?
5. How can I pay for my rental license?
6. What if I already had an inspection and have made the corrections requested?
7. What is a rental inspection and licensing program?
8. Why does the city need this program?
9. How many rental properties does Edina have?
10. Do other cities have a program like this?
11. Doesn’t the city already inspect apartments and other rentals?
12. How often will properties be inspected?
13. Who will be doing the inspections?
14. What kind of things will they look for?
15. What happens if a problem is found on inspection?
16. What happens if a landlord doesn’t apply for a license?
17. I don’t own any rental properties. Are my taxes paying for this program?
18. When does this licensing begin?