www.hcd.ca.gov "Mobile Home Parks” and then “Find A Park” Detailed plans of all surface and subsurface drainage devices, walls, cribbing, dams and other protective devices constructed with, or as part of, the construction, and a map indicating drainage area(s) and estimated runoff of the area served by any drains. The table below is designed to assist the public in determining when permits are required from the City of Chula Vista, the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) or both. The following local government approvals and utility agency "will serve" letters must accompany all park construction project permit applications: Note: The required written approvals may be in letter form issued by the agency having authority to grant such an approval or simply a signature on the affected plans by the approving agency's authorized agent. (See Required Local Government and Utility Agency Approvals above.). The soils engineering firm must conduct field observations and tests during construction to verify the quality of the work, conformance to the specifications, and recommendations contained in the soils report. State Department of Housing and Community Development: If system is installed by a utility company, letter confirming such service and identification of point of termination. "Park" is a manufactured housing community as defined in Section 18801 of the Health and Safety Code, or a mobilehome park. December 3, 2020 by Capitol Public Radio. Plot Plans must include the following information: Drainage and grading plans must include the following information: The Soil and Engineering Report must include the following: The Engineering Geology Report must include the following: Detail on the Utility Trenches must include the following: Fire Protection Plans must include at least the following information: Electrical Distribution System/electrical plans/electrical calculations must include the following specifications: Electrical Plan details must include the following: Electrical Distribution System plan calculation details must include the following: Sewage Disposal System plans must include at least the following information: The Water Distribution System plans must include at least the following information: The gas distribution system plans must contain at least the following information: This form can be submitted to the Department via email to: Exception: HCD does not accept large format plans via email. 1313 E GIBSON RD WOODLAND, CA 95776 . Type of pipe, manufacturer, pipe identification numbers, fittings, and location of pipe. Permit from the Coastal Commission for developments within the permit area of a coastal zone. Specification of the voltage, ampere and interrupting capacity rating, type and class of the overcurrent protective device in the park service equipment. 1020 N Street, Room 520 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 651-4020 Conclusions and recommendations regarding the effect of geologic conditions on the proposed development. 9342 Tech Center Drive, Suite 500 A construction permit is required when developing a new mobilehome park or special occupancy park or constructing additional spaces and/or facilities within an existing park. Locations of service risers for each lot. Responses to the Survey must be accurate and truthful. The County does not have any authority regarding the monitoring or maintenance of mobile home parks. Park Construction Requirements. Mobile Home Park Information. Do you need information on the Mobilehome Residency Law and where to obtain assistance for lease or rent disputes with park management? 798.7. Discrimination & Fair Housing; Mobile Home Park Information; Alameda County Mobile Home Park Rent Stabilization Ordinance. For park construction information in Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Areas, consult the standards, regulations and information. MADRID MANOR HOA(37-1594-MP) Contact State Moible Home Ombudsman: If you have problems with the interactive complaint forms or other inquiries: Call: 1-800-952-5275 or (916) 263-4742 E-mail: email@example.com Sacramento, CA 95826 Housing and Community Development. Specify voltage, ampere and interrupting capacity rating, type and class of the overcurrent protective devices for the secondary system feeders. Yes. 9 You have not registered your home with the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). Written evidence from the serving utility indicating the available fault current at the park service. HCD can better protect California mobile home park residents by improving its inspection processes. 800-952-8356, Governor Gavin Newsom Location and size of all permanent buildings, parking spaces, and storage areas. As most mobile homes are bought and sold based upon not only the quality and age of the mobile home, but also based upon the location and amenities of the park, the Assessor has the difficult task, per State Law, of separating the mobile home value from the site value.