Minnesota Lodging Rule Revision Chapter 4625 - EH: Minnesota Dept. of Health

Minnesota Lodging Rule Revision
Chapter 4625

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has begun the process to revise the Minnesota Lodging Code. MDH staff are re-drafting language based on the Advisory Committee. We hope to have a new draft available soon.

Persons Affected

The proposed revisions to the rule would likely affect:

  • Local units of government
  • Hotels
  • Motels
  • Resorts
  • Bed and Breakfast establishments
  • Lodging establishments
  • Boarding establishments
  • Youth Camps
  • Recreational camping facilities
  • Yurts, Airbnb's and other vacation rentals
  • Other lodging establishments licensed under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 157
  • Persons who stay in these lodging facilities

Your comments wanted

Interested persons or groups may submit comments or information on draft rule amendments in writing until notice is published in the State Register that the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) intends to adopt or withdraw the rules.

How to Comment

Please submit for each suggested rule language change.

Please submit your questions or comments using this online form:
Public Comment - Lodging Code Rule Revision 2018

Revision Documents

Request for Comments as published on January 2, 2018, in the Minnesota State Register, Volume 42, Number 27 (Page 743)
Minnesota State Register, Volume 42, Number 27 (PDF)
(Note: This publication has an incorrect agency contact email address. Contact Lodging Rule Revision Contacts for questions or comments and requests for more information on these possible rules.)

  • Current Rule

  • Minnesota Administrative Rules, chapter 4625, Lodging Establishments
  • Rulemaking Baiscs

  • Summary of the main parts of the process, important documents, and timeline for developing and adopting rules.

Rulemaking Contacts

If you have any questions regarding the rule revision process, please contact Linda Prail, Rule and Policy Coordinator at either linda.prail@state.mn.us or 651-201-5792.

Contact Us for questions or comments regarding the rule amendments.

Updated Wednesday, 12-Jan-2022 09:38:39 CST