Assistance for Mobile Home Owners

Overview
The Neighborhood Preservation Program for Mobile Homes is a program operated by the Contra Costa County Building Inspection Division. The County is offering a new program to assist very low-income mobile home owners with funding to make certain repairs to their owner-occupied mobile home units.

Mobile homes to receive repair must meet the definition of a manufactured home in the State of California Health and Safety Code, Section 18007.

County housing rehabilitation staff will assist the homeowner by determining the items of repairs, writing project specifications, collecting contractors’ bids, preparing and executing loan documents and contracts, project supervision and contractor payments to help ensure your project is properly completed.


Possible Repairs for Mobile Homes
  • New stairs, porches, decks and/or landings
  • Handicapped accessibility, handrails, ramps, etc.
  • Re-roofs - State permitted and inspected
  • Repair or replace substandard awnings and carports
  • Clean up junkyard conditions
  • Repair or replace skirting
  • Repair of non-permitted, substandard structures: i.e., sheds, cabanas, miscellaneous structures
  • Assist with park inspection compliance
  • Program is limited to repair or replacement of existing structures
  • Does not include new construction
Contact us at (925) 674-7207 for more information.