Mobile Home Parks are a bedrock source of low-income housing in Colorado and throughout the country. Mobile home parks house many immigrant workers and their families, senior citizens on fixed incomes, people with disabilities, veterans, and others in need of low-cost housing. In fact, Adams County contains the highest density of mobile home parks in the state of Colorado.
In partnership with Adams County Government, the Colorado Poverty Law Project (CPLP) launched its Mobile Home Initiative (MHI) in 2020. Through the MHI, CPLP seeks to provide legal services to mobile home residents in Adams County. Key programs include community “Know Your Rights” trainings on the rights of mobile home residents under Colorado’s Mobile Home Park Act, pro bono legal consultation and representation on matters related to landlord violations of the Mobile Home Park Act, eviction defense, and direct referrals to community partners on non-legal social services. CPLP cannot provide rental assistance or help with buying and selling mobile home parks.
If you are an Adams County mobile home resident with a legal question, call the number below for a free consultation with an attorney at CPLP or fill out an online intake form at the CPLP website.
Adams County Mobile Home Legal Hotline
- Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- David Valleau, Esq., Colorado Poverty Law Project (Google Voice Number) – 719.581.9531
Resources for Mobile Home Residents
- Learn more about your rights as a mobile home resident under Colorado’s Mobile Home Park Act by visiting Colorado Poverty Law Project’s website.
- The Mobile Home Park Oversight Program is a state-run administrative organization offered exclusively to mobile home residents in Colorado. Mobile home owners, mobile home park owners, and mobile home park managers can submit complaints for dispute resolution through the Division instead of taking issues to court, which can be costly. Note: this complaint process is not available to individuals who are renting their mobile home.
- State law grants additional rights as a tenant, such as
- FAQs guides are in development
- Immigrant Tenant Protection Act flyer (hyperlink attachment)
- Are you interested in forming a residents association in your park? The Sustainable Community Development Clinic at CU Law formulated a handbook exclusively with mobile home residents in mind. This resource, created by lawyers and law students, is an easily accessible how-to guide on organizing and registering a resident association.
- CU Organizing Guidebook
- Call 719.581.9531 to request a copy
- Do you want to speak face-to-face with an attorney about a legal issue? CPLP offers a monthly legal clinic open to the public. Come and speak one-on-one with a volunteer attorney, hosted on Zoom (and soon in-person at the Stout Street Homeless Center).