Resources for Mobile Home Park Residents
Community Building/Homeowners Issues
Since 2015, the city has dedicated funding for a consultant to support the rights of homeowners in mobile home parks by fostering thriving Homeowners Associations (HOAs) and advising on policy related to mobile home parks. If you would like to connect with the consulting team, please contact Crystal Launder: email@example.com or 303-441-4141.
Mobile Home Park Water Metering & Water Quality
Disputes not addressed in the pad lease
Mobile Home Inspections (required when selling homes built before June 15, 1976)
|Companies Licensed to Perform Baseline, Renewal and SmartRegs Inspections*|
*This is not an all-inclusive list of companies and people that are officially licensed by the city to perform both inspections. Please consult the Yellow Pages or search online to learn about others who may be able to help. You should always ask the company or person if they are officially licensed by the city to perform the necessary inspections.
Policy & Projects
BVCP Policy 7.08: Preservation & Development of Manufactured Housing
Recognizing the importance of manufactured housing as an option for many households, the city and county will encourage the preservation of existing mobile home parks and the development of new manufactured home parks, including increasing opportunities for resident-owned parks. If an existing mobile home park is found to have health or safety issues, every reasonable effort will be made to reduce or eliminate the issues, when feasible, or to help mitigate for the loss of housing through re-housing of affected households.
Universal Zero Waste Ordinance
The City of Boulder has a Universal Zero Waste Ordinance that requires access for all residents, businesses and visitors to recycling and composting as conveniently as trash. This includes mobile home parks! Please see www.ZeroWasteBoulder.com for all the details and contact the Zero Waste Team with any questions: ZeroWaste@bouldercolorado.gov or 303-441-1931.