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City/Town
In effect
Establishing a Sustainable Development Policy for New and Renovated
Municipal Buildings in the City of Saint Paul, Council Resolution 07-70
Saint Paul, MN
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2007, the St. Paul City Council adopted Council Resolution 07-70, requiring that new or significantly renovated municipal facilities earn LEED Silver certification or a city-approved alternative standard. The resolution also states that if the building is constructed or renovated to LEED standards, the more stringent State Guidelines related to "Energy and Atmosphere," including exceeding the energy code by at least 30%, and the State Guidelines related to Performance Management must be met. The policy also requires that staff from various City departments become LEED accredited.
City/Town
In effect
St. Louis Park Green Building Policy
St. Louis Park, MN
Requirement
Minimum certification level: LEED Silver
In 2022, St. Louis Park enacted the St. Louis Park Green Building Policy, requiring new municipal, commercial, multi-family residential, and mixed-use projects 15,000 square feet or larger - and renovations in buildings 50,000 square feet or larger - that receive $200,000 or more in city financial assistance to certify to a third-party rating system, including LEED Silver or higher. Projects that must earn a minimum of 13 points within the Energy and Atmosphere: Optimize Energy Performance credit.