Wildflowers bloom in the Sierra Nevada
Wildflowers bloom in the Sierra Nevada

What different types of manufactured housing are allowed in the three areas for which regulations are developed?
For properties zoned for single-family residences "outside Trailer (TR) Overlay zoned areas" the following limitations apply:
-The unit must be a manufactured house constructed to the HUD standards.
-The unit must be a minimum 1,200 square feet in size.
-The unit must have multiple sections.
-The unit must be no more than 5 years old at time of placement (placement is defined as date of issuance of site inspection permit).
-There may not be Covenants, Conditions or Restrictions (CC&Rs) on the property that restrict manufactured homes.
-The home must be converted to real property.

For properties zoned "within Trailer (TR) Overlay zoned area" the following limitations apply:
-The unit may be a manufactured house or a mobile home (a unit constructed to neither the UBC nor HUD code, but not a travel trailer).
-The unit may be of any size.
-The unit can be one section or multiple sections.
-The unit can be of any age.
-A mobile home may only be placed on a parcel that had a previous manufactured house or mobile home located on the parcel within the previous 12 months.


For properties within the Sun Valley and High Desert planning areas, the following limitations apply:
-The unit may be a manufactured house or a mobile home (a unit constructed to neither the UBC nor HUD code nor a travel trailer).
-The unit may be of any size.
-The unit can be one section or multiple sections.
-The unit can be of any age.
-Other than required yard setbacks, there is no restriction on the location of a unit in a single-family residential zone.