What is the Manufactured/Mobile Home Park Registration Program?
A Manufactured/Mobile Home Community (Mobile Home Park) Registration is required of all manufactured and mobile home parks that offer 2 or more spaces (lots) in the park for rent or lease for year-round occupancy. Park owners are required to register and pay annual fees.
The fees support the Attorney General's Office who administer the Manufactured Housing Dispute Resolution Program and enforces the Manufactured/Mobile Home Landlord-Tenant Act. The Business License Service registers manufactured/mobile home communities and collects the registration fees.
When must I register?
The Program started in 2007. All existing parks were required to register by November 1, 2007. New parks must register within 3 months of availability of mobile home lots for rent within the community.
How do I register?
Go to the Manufactured/Mobile Home Community page to find the correct forms and more information. Print the forms and mail them with the appropriate fees to:
State of Washington
Business Licensing Service
PO Box 9034
Olympia, WA 98507-9034
Or call 360-705-6741 to have the forms mailed or faxed to you.
What are the fees?
|Business License Application fee||$19 (non-refundable)|
|Annual Business License Renewal fee||$11|
|Annual Manufactured/Mobile Home Community Registration||$10 per qualifying manufactured/mobile home within the park|
What is a qualifying manufactured/mobile home?
A qualifying home is one where the owner of the home doesn't own the space on which it is located.
I did not register or renew on time, what are the penalties?
|Initial Registration Delinquency Fee||$250|
|Renewal Registration Delinquency Fee||50% of fees up to $150|
Where can I get more information about Dispute Resolution?
Visit the Manufactured/Mobile Home Dispute Resolution Program page on the Office of the Attorney General's website
Statewide toll-free: 1-866-924-6458
Manufactured Housing Dispute Resolution Program
Attorney General's Office
800 5th Avenue, Suite 2000
Seattle, WA 98104