Business Incentives

Brownfield Clean-Up Funds

There are many sources of funds for cleaning up brownfield properties from local, state and federal resources. In the Twin Lakes Redevelopment Area, the City of Roseville has used existing TIF funds, outside grants, and brownfield consultants to assist property owners in property cleanup.

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Ramsey County is pleased to continue providing high quality research, speakers, and peer-to-peer learning in 2019-2020 to second stage businesses (businesses over $1 million in revenue and more than 10 employees).  This year, in collaboration with Hennepin, Dakota, Scott, Carver, and the City of Sain... Learn More
Serving the Twin Cities metro area, Greater MSP has the relationships and expertise to connect businesses with venture capital resources, private sources of capital and financing, and federal, state and local government financing and incentives. Learn More
There are a variety of Roseville-area specific loan programs and financial resources. Learn More
The department has a wide variety of financial resources available to all types of economic endeavors. Learn More
For more than two decades, Roseville’s property tax rates have consistently remained at least 10 percent lower than the average of comparable medium and large-sized cities, and significantly lower than Minneapolis and St. Paul. When compared to other metro cities that serve a population o... Learn More
Available on a first-come, first-served basis to for-profit, start-up, or expanding businesses, these loans are for commercial, industrial, or service businesses located in or moving to Ramsey County. Ramsey County receives funding from federal sources and repayments of current loans to capitalize its loan pool. Busines... Learn More