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2024 Bills

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AB 2022 (Addis) Mobilehome parks: emergency preparedness
This bill would require, on or before July 1, 2025, a mobilehome park to adopt an emergency preparedness plan, which includes prescribed elements, before renewal of a permit to operate for an existing park, and before the issuance and renewal of a permit to operate for a park constructed after July 1, 2025. The bill would require the emergency plan to include an attestation by a park owner or manager, under penalty of perjury, of compliance with the emergency preparedness plan requirements. The bill would require a park owner to include in the above-described annual notice information on how to request a written copy of the plan via the internet. The bill would require an enforcement agency to ascertain compliance with those provisions and to refuse to issue or renew a permit to operate if a violation is not corrected within 60 days of notice of the violation and impose formal penalties.
Read bill text and status here.

AB 2778 (Muratsuchi) Mobilehome Parks: Rent Caps
This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact the Mobilehome Affordability Act to limit rent increases for mobilehome spaces.
Read bill text and status here.

SB 1408 (Roth) Mobilehome Parks: Vehicle Removal 
This bill would prohibit management from removing a vehicle used or required by the homeowner for work or employment, or which advertises any trade or services on the vehicle, from a homeowner’s or resident’s driveway or designated parking space, or a space provided by management for parking vehicles, unless any part of that vehicle extends into the park roadway or otherwise poses a significant danger.
Read bill text and status here.

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