Mobile Home Park Resources


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Program Updates:

January 28, 2022 Waiver of Fees/Prioritization of Services in Response to the Marshall Fire - For Registered Manufacturers, Sellers, and Installers

MHPOP Annual Report - FY 2020-2021

Mobile Home Park Oversight Program Updates - December, 2020

Mobile Home Park Oversight Program Updates - December, 2019

Laws & Policies

Mobile Home Park Act and Program (updated 10/01/2021) / Ley y programa de parques de casas móviles (actualizado el 1 de octubre de 2021)

Final Administrative Rules (effective 11/30/2021) / Reglas Administrativas (efectiva el 30 de noviembre de 2020)

House Bill 22-1287: Concerning Protections for Mobile Home Park Residents (effective 10/1/2022) / En lo que respecta a las protecciones para los residentes del parque de casas móviles y, en relación con esto, realizar una asignación (efectiva el 1 de octubre de 2022)

Senate Bill 21-173: Rights in Residential Lease Agreements (effective 6/25/2021)

House Bill 21-1121: Residential Tenancy Procedures (effective 6/25/2021)

House Bill 20-1196: Mobile Home Park Act Updates (effective 6/30/2020)

House Bill 20-1201: Mobile Home Park Residents Opportunity To Purchase (effective 6/30/2020)

House Bill 19-1309: Concerning the Regulation of Mobile Home Parks and Creating the "Mobile Home Park Act Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Program" / Proyecto de ley 19-1309 (effective 5/23/2019)

2018 Manufactured Housing Sunrise Review / Revisión de Sunrise de 2018

High Level Process Steps in the Dispute Resolution &, Enforcement Program / Programa de resolución y ejecución de disputas

Home Owner and Resident Rights / Derechos del Propietario y del Residente

Home Owner and Resident Rights ("Home Owner Notice") Instructions (English, October 1, 2022) 

Instrucciones de Derechos del Propietario y del Residente ("Aviso para propietarios de viviendas") (español, noviembre 2021)

Frequently Asked Questions & Fact Sheets

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Guidance on Renewing Leases / Guía de renovación de arrendamiento

Retaliation Fact Sheet / Hoja Informativa Sobre Represalias

Fact Sheet: Water and Mobile Home Parks

Confidential Complaints - Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Legal Resources for Tenants

Registration & Complaint Database

Use the Park Search tool to look up registration information for, and any complaints involving, mobile home parks and manufactured housing communities in Colorado.

  • Registrations: Only mobile home parks with approved registrations will appear in the search results.  If you cannot find an existing park in the database, please contact or 1-833-924-1147.
  • Complaints: Only complaints that are closed will appear in the search results (ex. complaints that are dismissed, resolved, or under enforcement).  Information on open complaints is not available during the investigation and dispute resolution process.
Number of Lots and Homes by Registered Park

Mobile Home Park Sale Requirements

Effective June 30, 2020, the Colorado General Assembly added Section 38-12-217 to the Mobile Home Park Act. In general terms, section 38-12-217 requires mobile home park owners intending to sell their mobile home park to:

  1. Give notice of the proposed sale within 14 days, by Certified mail, to all tenant home owners, any homeowners association, the municipality or county where the park is located, and/or the Colorado Division of Housing, after any and all of the following events. Notices must include all of the text in subsections (4)-(9) of Section 38-12-217.
    1. The landlord intends to sell the park. A list of actions that show an intent to sell the park and require notice can be found in 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 8.1.1;
    2. The landlord lists the park for sale; and
    3. The landlord intends to make a final, unconditional acceptance of an offer for the sale or transfer of the park. Refer to 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 8.4 for details on the information that must be included in all park sale notices;
  2. Give tenant home owners a 90-day opportunity to make an offer to buy the park after each notice;
  3. Not solicit home owners' intentions related to the opportunity to purchase, nor signatures declining the opportunity to purchase, for at least 30 days after providing a sale notice;
  4. Provide an updated notice and a new, 90-day opportunity to make an offer to buy the park, if and when there are any material changes to the price, terms, or conditions of the proposed sale, pursuant to section 38-12-217(9), C.R.S.;
  5. Negotiate in good faith with any group or association of home owners or their assignees who submits an offer to buy the park;
  6. Provide a written response within 7 days to each and every offer to buy the park submitted by a group or association of home owners or their assignees. Refer to 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 8.6.1 for the information that must be included in the response;
  7. Not require a group or association of home owners or their assignees to meet demands related to the price, terms, nor conditions of the sale of the park that are not universal, but instead specific to and prohibitive of home owners making a successful offer to buy the park; and
  8. If a group or association of home owners are not the successful purchaser of the park, submit the Affidavit of Compliance (linked below) to the Division and the municipality or county where the park is located, to demonstrate the landlord’s compliance with the requirements in section 38-12-217.

A landlord is not required to provide advance notice of their intent to sell a park or extend an opportunity to purchase to a group or association of home owners if the sale, transfer, or conveyance of the mobile home park is to certain related family members or business entities described in section 38-12-217(12), C.R.S. Landlord’s who are selling or transferring their park under an exemption to section 38-12-217, C.R.S., are required to update the park’s ownership and contact information for registration with the Division within 30 calendar days of the sale pursuant to 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 2.6

Instructions for landlords who will be selling/have recently sold a mobile home park: Download and complete the appropriate form below and email it to, or mail the form to the address below, within thirty (30) calendar days.

Affidavit of Compliance for NON-EXEMPT Mobile Home Park

> Information Form for EXEMPT Mobile Home Park Sales/Transfers

Mobile Home Park Oversight Program
Colorado Division of Housing
1313 Sherman St. #320
Denver, CO 80203

List of Parks For Sale

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Additional Resources

Legal and Rent Assistance Resources for Tenants

"Know Your Rights" information or advocacy to change the law:

Home owners and tenants:


The Division of Housing is unable to provide translation services for mobile home park leases or community rules. Visit the following links to find legal clinics that provide free or low-cost legal services in Spanish or other languages and may be able to help with translation and review of leases: