Mobile home parks provide an important source of affordable housing for around 7,000 Vermont households. Vermont law generally defines a mobile home park as any property with more than two mobile homes or mobile home lots. The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has the authority to enforce the State's mobile home park law. DHCD administers rules for mobile home park leases, lot rent increases, sale or closure of parks, and habitability standards, and conducts an annual registration of Vermont mobile home parks. DHCD serves as a resource on mobile and manufactured homes and park issues.
New Funding Opportunity
There are new funding opportunities through the Vermont State Housing Authority for mobile home parks and current and prospective mobile home owners. Check out our MHIR page to learn more about the Manufactured Home Improvement and Repair Program (MHIR).
Housing Division Rules
Resource list containing the Department's Housing Division Rules for Mobile Home Parks and other relevant Vermont Statutes.
Information and resources for mobile home owners and park residents.
Information and forms for park owners, including the annual park registration.
Mobile Home Facts and Park Registry
Information and reports on Vermont's mobile homes and parks, including the annual Registry List and Detail Report. To register your park, please go to the Park Owners page (above).
Nonprofit and Resident Owned Parks
This page is updated periodically and includes available lots and current lot rent for Vermont's nonprofit and cooperative parks. For available lots in all parks, including for-profit parks, see the park registry page (above).