Information Bulletins provide additional helpful information about park operation. Check for new bulletins periodically.
Permit to Operate
A park must secure a permit to operate prior to operating a mobilehome park. The park owner is subject to penalties for failure to submit a permit application (PDF) more than 60 days after the due date.
Fire Hydrant Certification
Annual fire hydrant testing certification (PDF) is required for a permit to operate. The public may contact the permit to operate desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 952-8356 to obtain additional information concerning fire hydrant certification.
Park management must develop an emergency plan to inform residents about what to do in preparation for and in the event of an emergency. The booklet, Emergency Plans for Mobilehome Parks (PDF) is a guide for preparation of a plan. The plan is required in order to receive a permit to operate.
Planes de Emergencia para Parques de Casas Móviles, Parte II: Guía de planificación de preparación para desastres dirigida a dueños o residentes de parques de casas móviles. (PDF)
Mobilehome Residency Law Protection Program
New! Visit the Mobilehome Residency Law Protection Program page for more information on this new program designed to help resolve certain disputes between mobilehome/manufactured homeowners in mobilehome parks and park owners/management.
Mobilehome Park Maintenance Inspections
Visit the Mobilehome Park Maintenance Inspections page for information on how to prepare for a Mobilehome Park Maintenance inspection.
Disposing of Abandoned Homes
If a mobilehome has been abandoned in a mobilehome park, the park owner may dispose of it without paying back taxes and registration. Refer to the information bulletin (PDF) for additional information.