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Mobile Home Parks in Clinton CountyMobileHomeParks

Mobile home parks are places where manufactured homes are set up in a community. Some places allow you to put your home on one of their spots, and pay "lot" rent. Some places already have a few homes that you can rent with the lot.

You should always go out to the facility both in the day, and night time to investigate if the property is kept up and meets your requirements, prior to renting from the park.

The Clinton County Health Department works with the mobile home park owner/operator to ensure that both the water and sanitation systems are in working order per the NYS Sanitary Code.


County Inspections of Mobile Home Parks

Regular inspections are performed by the Clinton County Health Department inspectors to check for such items as drinking water safety, general sanitation, sewage and garbage disposal, and fire safety.


Applying for a Permit to Operate

Mobile home parks are regulated by the New York State Sanitary Code, Subpart 17. All parks with more than five lots are under the jurisdiction of the Clinton County Health Department and require an annual operating permit.


New or Altered Mobile Home Parks (Construction)

Anyone wishing to develop a new mobile home park in Clinton County must submit complete engineered blue prints of the proposed facility.

Approval will also likely be required from the local town, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and, possibly, the Adirondack Park Agency.

After filing the Notice of Intent form, the Clinton County Health Department will contact you with the next steps that you need to take to get your project cleared per the NYS Sanitation Code regulations.

 

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Tenants

Mobile Home Parks Contact Info

Attorney General Tenants' Rights

Landlords

Apply for a License to Operate a Mobile Home Park

Notice of Intent

Change of Permit Holder


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870

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Mobile Home Parks in Clinton CountyMobileHomeParks

Mobile home parks are places where manufactured homes are set up in a community. Some places allow you to put your home on one of their spots, and pay "lot" rent. Some places already have a few homes that you can rent with the lot.

You should always go out to the facility both in the day, and night time to investigate if the property is kept up and meets your requirements, prior to renting from the park.

The Clinton County Health Department works with the mobile home park owner/operator to ensure that both the water and sanitation systems are in working order per the NYS Sanitary Code.


County Inspections of Mobile Home Parks

Regular inspections are performed by the Clinton County Health Department inspectors to check for such items as drinking water safety, general sanitation, sewage and garbage disposal, and fire safety.


Applying for a Permit to Operate

Mobile home parks are regulated by the New York State Sanitary Code, Subpart 17. All parks with more than five lots are under the jurisdiction of the Clinton County Health Department and require an annual operating permit.


New or Altered Mobile Home Parks (Construction)

Anyone wishing to develop a new mobile home park in Clinton County must submit complete engineered blue prints of the proposed facility.

Approval will also likely be required from the local town, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and, possibly, the Adirondack Park Agency.

After filing the Notice of Intent form, the Clinton County Health Department will contact you with the next steps that you need to take to get your project cleared per the NYS Sanitation Code regulations.

 

INFO BAR


Tenants

Mobile Home Parks Contact Info

Attorney General Tenants' Rights

Landlords

Apply for a License to Operate a Mobile Home Park

Notice of Intent

Change of Permit Holder


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870

ATUPA