Post the Notice of Home Owner and Resident Rights



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What is the Notice of Home Owner and Resident Rights

The Notice of Home Owner and Resident Rights is a summary of rights and responsibilities from the Mobile Home Park Act. 

Read the Current Notice of Homeowner and Resident Rights

Don't print the current Notice of Home Owner and Resident Rights webpage to post the notice in your mobile home park. Use the copies that were mailed to you, or request new copies of the PDF files by emailing MHPOP@state.co.us or calling 1-833-924-1147.

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Watch our 2023 webinar or email MHPOP@state.co.us for a PDF of the webinar slides.

Under Colorado law, mobile home park landlords (owners or managers) must print and post all PDF pages of the English and Spanish Notice of Home Owner and Resident Rights in their mobile home park and share copies with mobile home owners and renters within seven calendar days of receiving the notices from the Division of Housing.

See section 38-12-1104(2)(a) and (c), C.R.S. and 8 CCR 1302-15, Rules 5.1-5.2.

Landlords are also required to provide a copy of the notices, in English and Spanish:

  • With each new lease executed
  • To all residents after every change in park ownership

See 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 5.3.

What to Post

Each year, the division updates the notices based on changes to the law or Mobile Home Oversight Program administrative rules.

Landlords must replace all of last year’s posted notices with the current notices. The year is listed at the top of the first page. 

Where to Post

Landlords must post copies of the notice in every common area of the mobile home park,

Including every:

  • Common resident mailbox location
  • Rent payment drop box or other rent payment location
  • Community hall, recreation hall, and clubhouse

See section 38-12-1104(2)(c), C.R.S. and 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 5.1.

If there is no common resident mailbox location, rent payment location, community hall, recreation hall, or clubhouse in the mobile home park, the landlord must post the notices at every location of another type of physical common area in the park. Acceptable common areas include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Outside every management office, in a place visible and accessible to residents without entering the office
  • At every park entrance
  • On the front of every dumpster provided for use by the residents

See 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 5.1.1.

If absolutely no physical common areas exist in the mobile home park, a landlord may post and maintain the notices, in a clearly visible and accessible location, on the mobile home park’s online rent portal or other website intended for use by residents. See 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 5.1.2.

If absolutely none of the example physical or online locations exist, the landlord should contact the division in writing to discuss the issue by: 

  • Email to MHPOP@state.co.us
  • Mail to:
    CO Division of Housing
    Attention: MHPOP
    1313 Sherman St #320
    Denver, CO 80203

How to Post

Keep All of the Pages Visible

  • The notices must be posted in both English and Spanish at every posting location.
    • All four pages must be posted at every location, and each page must be clearly visible to residents. This means the second page of a notice should be next to the first, not behind it.
  • Residents must be able to see and read all pages of the posted notices at all times. 
    • Do not place papers or other obstructions over the notices. 
    • Promptly remove papers or anything else that blocks all or part of the notices.
    • If all or part of a notice becomes illegible, such as from snow or sun damage, the landlord must replace that notice promptly.
  • If any page becomes lost or damaged at any time, park management must replace the missing or damaged page within seven calendar days.

Protecting the Notices From Damage

Landlords must post and maintain the official division notice by:

  • Laminating each page or placing each page in a clear, plastic cover (such as self-sealing laminating sheets or clear plastic document protectors, which are available for under $10 from many stores)
  • Taking additional steps to help protect any notice posted outdoor from damage, such as posting it under an awning or in a box with a clear front that allows residents to read the entire notice
  • Replacing any missing or damaged pages within seven calendar days (to request PDFs of these notices, email MHPOP@state.co.us)(opens in new window)(opens in new window)(opens in new window)(opens in new window)

See 8 CCR 1302-15, Rule 5.1.

Sharing Copies with Residents 

Landlords must also provide a copy of the required notices in English and Spanish to each resident within seven calendar days of receiving the notices one of these ways:

  • Mail to a current address
  • Email to an address on file, when the landlord regularly uses those email addresses for other resident communications, such as rent payment or maintenance notices
  • Posting copies on residents’ doors

See 8 CCR 1302-15, Rules 5.2 and 5.2.1.


Landlords must provide the notice in an accessible format for any resident with disabilities upon request.

Download free audio recordings of the notice in English or Spanish.

Request a free Braille copy by emailing MHPOP@state.co.us or calling 1-833-924-1147.


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