Can I put a mobile home on my property?
“A mobile home is a “factory-assembled structure at least 14 feet wide without a permanent foundation, designed to be transported on its own wheels arriving at the site requiring no construction activities in order to be occupied.” Removal of the wheels and placement on a foundation does not change its classification as a Mobile Home. Park County does not allow a Mobile Home to be used as a Principal or Accessory Building in any zone district except for the Mobile Home Park zone district. The term “mobile home” does not include travel trailers, fifth-wheel trailers, campers, camper buses, motor homes, modular homes, Recreational Vehicles, or Manufactured Homes.”

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1. How do I file a complaint?
2. Can I put a mobile home on my property?
3. Can I have animals, such as dogs, cats, small livestock, and large livestock?
4. What can I do when someone trashes their property with inoperable vehicles, tires, and other trash and debris?
5. What can be done if a neighbor has a septic system that fails ?