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The Manufactured Communities Resource Center (MCRC) program provides confidential and neutral help in resolving disputes, promoting open communication and maintaining a positive environment. We provide landlords and tenants with technical assistance, dispute resolution, registration, training and park closure assistance.

MCRC Program
MCRC Program Brochure
Follett en Española
Tenant's Brochures
Tenant's Committee Brochure
Comi té de Residentes - Spanish version

Manufactured Communities
Resource Center (MCRC)

Hotline: 1-800-453-5511
(Toll-Free in Oregon)
Phone: 503-986-2145
FAX: 503-986-2006
E-mail us

Mailing Address:
Oregon Housing and
Community Services
ATTN: MCRC Section
725 Summer St. NE, Suite B
Salem, OR 97301-1266

Oregon Laws for Manufactured Dwelling Parks

Internet webpage   Chap​ter 446 - Manufactured Dwellings and Structures; Parks
  Oregon Revised Statute - 2019 Edition
Internet webpage   Chapter 105 - Property Rights
  Oregon Revised Statute - 2017 Edition
Internet webpage
Internet webpage 
  Closure of Manufactured Dwelling Parks
  Oregon Administrative Rule 813-065

  Chapter 90 - Manufactured Landlord and Tenant Law
  Oregon Revised Statute - 2019 Edition

Tenant / Landlord Associations

Internet webpage Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT)
Help for tenants with non-manufactured dwelling park related issues
Internet webpage Manufactured Housing/ Oregon State Tenants Association (MH-OSTA)
Advocates for tenants in manufactured dwelling parks
Internet webpage Manufactured Homeowners United
Connects Mobile Home Owners
Internet webpage Oregon Rental Owners Association (ORHA)
Landlord trade association serving rentals including manufactured dwelling parks

Manufactured Housing Industry Related Sitesspacer

Internet webpage Casa of Oregon
Assists tenants in buying their parks
Internet webpage Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI)
Advocates for tenants in manufactured dwelling parks
Internet webpage Oregon Manufactured Housing Association (OMHA)
Connects Mobile Home Owners
Internet webpage Oregon Mobile Home Rental Assistance Program

Governmental Agencies Related Sites

Internet webpage http://www.211info.org / or by Phone: 2-1-1
2-1-1 is the three digit number set aside by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in July 2000 for the sole purpose of providing health and human service information and referral.
Internet webpage Area Agencies on Aging - State of Oregon
Provides information and assistance on case management, in-home care, community-based car, nursing homes and nutrition to the aging and disabled.
Internet webpage Better Business Bureau
The Better Business Bureau reports provide information on over two million organizations.
Internet webpage Construction Contractors Board (CCB)
Accepts workmanship (and other) complaints against registered contractors, list registered contractors.
Internet webpage Department of Environmental Quality: Water Quality Division (DEQ)
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is a regulatory agency whose job is to protect the quality of Oregon's environment. DEQ's mission is to be a leader in restoring, maintaining and enhancing the quality of Oregon's air, land and water.
Internet webpage Department of Human Services (DHS)
Provides information and referral for various social services.
Internet webpage Drinking Water Program, Department of Human Services (DHS)
Public drinking water sampling data, schedules, violations, enforcements, and much more.
Internet webpage Department of Justice, Consumer Protection (DOJ)
Report Scams and Frauds, Medicaid Fraud 
Internet webpage Elders In Action
Elders in Action works to solve problems, tackle important issues and help businesses and communities better serve the older customer.
Internet webpage Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
For information on homeownership, support for community development, and access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
Internet webpage Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO)
Legal Aid Services of Oregon is a non-profit organization that provides representation on civil cases to low-income clients throughout Oregon.
Internet webpage Oregon Building Codes Division (BCD)
Provides code and rule interpretation, investigates license and code violations, certification of inspectors and licensing trade of professional, questions on permits, conducting inspections
Internet webpage Oregon County Assessors
Use this web page to find Oregon Tax Assessors and to locate publicly available Oregon property assessment, property tax and property record information.
Internet webpage Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS)
DCBS' Building Codes Division (BCD) provides safe, accessible, and energy-efficient construction and consistency statewide in the use and occupancy of manufactured dwellings and manufactured dwelling parks.
Internet webpage Oregon State Bar Association (OSBA)
For help finding a lawyer, search for low-cost legal help and learn about do-it-yourself legal help.
Internet webpage Seniors and people with physical disabilities (SPD)
Information for Oregon seniors and people with physical disabilities such as residential care facilities and foster homes, or in the person's own home.

More Resources

Internet webpage Community Action Partnerships of Oregon (CAPO)
The Community Action Partnerships of Oregon is the governing body the community action agencies throughout the state. These agencies provide many various social services to their communities.
Internet webpage Disability Rights Oregon
Legal advocacy services for people with disabilities anywhere in Oregon.
Internet webpage Fair Housing Council of Oregon (FHCO)
Provides education and outreach services explaining fair housing laws, as well as enforcement and investigations following complaints received.
Internet webpage National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA)
The National Fair Housing Alliance is the voice of fair housing. NFHA works to eliminate housing discrimination and to ensure equal housing opportunity for all people through leadership, education, outreach, membership services, public policy initiatives, advocacy and enforcement.
Internet webpage SOLV
Contact SOLV if you would like to lead an improvement project in your park or volunteer in your community. SOLV is here to support these endeavors, and to make a difference in Oregon's future.