Colorado Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners
Two New Bills!
—Protections For Mobile Home Park Residents—
—Loan Program for Resident-owned Communities—
Both bills will provide major upgrades to MHP residents' rights, enforcement of the MHP Act, and help make resident purchases of their parks more workable.
HB22-1287 is being introduced to the House by Rep. Andrew Boesenecker, with co-prime sponsors Rep. Edie Hooton and Sen. Faith Winter.
SB22-160 is being introduced to the Senate by Sen. Juan Gonzales, with co-prime sponsors Sen. Hinrichson, and Reps. Boesenecker and Lindsay.
• See our 2022 Bills page for more details.
• See CoCoMHO's summaries here and here.
• Stay tuned for updated pages.
You can make a difference. Let your legislators know how you feel about these bills. We encourage you to call or write.
Join our email list for action alerts events, and more information!
WE ARE AN ACTIVE GROUP WORKING TO PROMOTE POLICIES AND SHAPE STATE PROGRAMS THAT PROTECT COLORADO MOBILE HOME PARK RESIDENTS. IF YOU ARE A CONCERNED MOBILE HOME OWNER OR TENANT, OR SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO SUPPORT MHP RESIDENT RIGHTS, WE WANT TO KEEP YOU INFORMED ON MATTERS THAT PROTECT MOBILE HOME COMMUNITIES — AND THAT KEEP YOU CONNECTED WITH OTHERS WHO SHARE YOUR CONCERNS.
Welcome to our website
Our mission: To connect residents of Colorado manufactured home parks into an empowered, mutually supportive coalition; provide a HUB for networking with people, organizations, and resources; and help enable action for addressing common interests and concerns.
Over the past number of years, we have been very active in educating MH owners and the public, speaking with state and local governments and legislators. and more. As a result, and the combined efforts of hundreds of others, new laws and programs have passed the Colorado State Legislature that protect manufactured home owners and tenants. You can find out more about them and how they impact you HERE.
Now More Than Ever...
The economic shock of the Covid-19 Crisis continues, and highlights the need for state lawmakers to protect our Manufactured Home Communities, and for that matter, to preserve all of Colorado's affordable housing.
2019 saw historic positive change for MH Resident Rights in the form of the new Mobile Home Park Oversight Program and the new Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Program (DREP).
In 2020, a large number of additional protections critical to MH owners' security and well-being have passed, and two more bills are coming in 2022. SIGN UP for our Updates and Action Alerts. This is the best way for us to communicate with you, inform you of recent legislation, programs, and events, and let you know what you can do.
Exercise Your New Rights with DREP...
If you have grievances with how your Park or Manufactured Home Community is being managed, NOW is the time to act. The new Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Program is a safe and effective way to have your concerns reviewed and investigated — without going to court! DREP began accepting complaint forms on May 1st.
You will find their HOW TO GUIDE (Como Presentar Una Queja) as well as the COMPLAINT FORM (Forumlario de Queja en Línea) on the Mobile Home Park Oversight Program's DREP page.
You can also find quick instructions on how to file a complaint here, and more in depth information on your rights, and more, here.
You do not need to study the law, or be certain that your rights have been violated, before submitting a complaint. And you may file a complaint for violations that occurred at any time (past or present). Exercise your rights today!
Funding for this site has been provided, in part, by The Colorado Health Foundation.