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Mobile Home Handbook

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The purpose of the Mobile Home Owners Handbook is to clarify existing mobile home park law in Colorado, to explain its procedures, and to generate options for collaborative resolutions for concerns between a homeowner and park management.

In this state, the Colorado Mobile Home Park Act ("the ACT") governs mobile home park law. The Act was designed to address issues unique to the mobile home park resident, and sometimes differs from laws affecting conventional landlord-tenant rental arrangements. This handbook will refer to the Act as printed in the Colorado Revised Statutes, cited "C.R.S."

Laws will differ depending on whether or not the mobile home is owner-occupied or a rental unit. This handbook addresses owner-occupied units in mobile home parks. The usual landlord-tenant rental rules apply for non-owner occupied units.

We recommend that all parties keep a file of letters, notices, and rule amendments, as well as a log of communications between homeowners and management. Documentation can be useful especially over the course of a long-term tenancy and when disputes arise.

NOTE: Some park rules prohibit leasing homes to non-owner occupants; each homeowner should refer to his or her rental agreement for individual park policies

This handbook is not intended as a substitute for seeking advice from an attorney or other qualified professional. All information contained in this handbook is subject to change at any time through legislation and court decisions.

For questions, please contact Susan Spaulding or Adriana Perea.


El propósito del Manual para Propietarios de Casas Móviles es para aclarar la ley existente sobre parques de casas móviles en Colorado, explicar sus procedimientos, y para generar opciones para las resoluciones en colaboración entre los propietarios de viviendas y la administración del parque.

Recomendamos que todas las partes guarden un archivo de cartas, avisos y enmiendas a las reglas, así como un registro de las comunicaciones entre los propietarios y la administración. La documentación puede ser útil, especialmente en el transcurso de un contrato de arrendamiento a largo plazo y cuando surjan disputas.

Nota: Algunos parques tienen reglas que prohíben el arrendamiento de viviendas a personas que nos son dueños de la propiedad. Cada propietario debe referirse a su contrato de alquiler para las políticas de cada parque.

Este manual no pretende sustituir el asesoramiento de un abogado u otro profesional calificado. Toda la información contenida en este manual está sujeta a cambios en cualquier momento a través de la legislación y las decisiones judiciales.

Si tiene preguntas, póngase en contacto con Susan Spaulding o Adriana Perea.

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