Ordinance Specific to Older Manufactured Homes

The town of Springerville, Arizona has adopted a new amendment to their factory-built home ordinance. Any manufactured home built after 1976 must comply with the IBC (International Building Code) and the UBC (Universal Building Code) and inspected by the town’s building inspector. In addition, all manufactured homes (MH) being moved within the town’s city limits, including a new MH, must receive a Certificate of Occupancy in order to meet the town’s building permit requirements. WMIcentral.com says the amendment also nullifies sections of the ordinance requiring manufactured homes to be no older than 15 years if they are relocated within the town. If an MH is older than 15 years it can remain in its current location providing it meets existing codes. MHProNews has further learned Ordinance 2013-004 becomes effective Oct. 4, 2013.

(Photo credit: Matt Fischer–Magnolia Village, AZ)

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