|Other titles||HCD mobilehome park health and safety code enforcement, Mobilehome park health and safety code enforcement|
|LC Classifications||KFC10.3 .M36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2008397026|
HCD Mobilehome Park Health and Safety Code Enforcement. Hearing Information Paper. Summary. Health and safety code enforcement in mobilehome parks is the responsibility of the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), which also has agreements with approximately 70 local agencies to conduct inspections in parks in their jurisdictions. Mobilehome Park Maintenance Inspections. In accordance with California Health and Safety Code section , HCD conducts Mobilehome Park Maintenance (MPM) inspections to ensure compliance with health and safety tions include the general areas, buildings, equipment, and utility systems of mobilehome parks, each individual lot, and the exterior portions of individual . TRANSCRIPT AND REPORT: Mobilehome Park Wildfire Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Part 2. February 6, HCD park code enforcement will probably become more problematic. Page 4. assumed jurisdiction from HCD for general code enforcement in mobilehome parks, while they cannot impose more stringent health and safety (building code). HCD manages the titling and registration for mobilehomes, manufactured homes, commercial modulars, floating homes, and truck campers. HCD also protects families and individuals who live in mobilehomes by inspecting mobilehome parks for health and safety violations in areas where the local government has not assumed enforcement.
Mobilehome park resident organizations, nonprofit entities, and local public agencies. Low-income residents of converted parks apply for individual loans to the entity that has purchased the park. Guidelines and Regulations. California Health and Safety Code ; Assembly Bill Number ; MPRROP Regulations (PDF) Get Funding. Inspectors checked park facilities and the exteriors of manufactured homes. Since that period, HCD and local agencies reported that the four dollar fee did not provide enough funding for inspections of all parks. Inspectors focused on parks with major health and safety problems. Inspectors logged both park and manufactured home code violations. The Mobilehome Residency Law (MRL) is the “landlord-tenant law” for mobilehome parks, which, like landlord-tenant law and other Civil Code provisions, are enforced in a court of law. The Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) does not have authority to enforce violations of the MRL. (a) Except as otherwise provided in sections , , and , Health and Safety Code, the provisions of this chapter shall apply to the construction, use, maintenance, and occupancy of mobilehome parks, mobilehome and special occupancy lots, permanent buildings, accessory buildings or structures, and building.
ARTICLE 2. Mobilehome and Special Occupancy Park Lots. ARTICLE Formaldehyde Vapors. HCD Mobilehome Park Health and Safety Code Enforcement (Feb. ) Conversion of Mobilehome Parks to Subdivisions or Condominiums (Feb. ) Mobilehome Park Maintenance Inspection Program - Extend or Die (Jan. ) Mobilehome Park Management Problems (Oct. ) Code Enforcement Problems in Mobilehome Parks (Mar. ). U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development | 7th Street S.W., Washington, DC Telephone: () TTY: () The Legislature included a park maintenance inspection program in the Mobilehome Parks Act. The Act includes the goal of inspecting at least five percent of parks each year. HCD or local enforcement agencies conduct the inspections. Park operators pay an annual four dollar fee per space to HCD or enforcement agencies to pay for the program.