In this section members can find information, templates and forms related to the law set forth by Senate Bill 23, which requires mobilehome parks and special occupancy parks to adopt and post notice in a conspicuous park location of an emergency preparedness plan that may include either the 1997 plan adopted by the state Office of Emergency Services (OES) or any subsequent version, or an equivalent park plan.A responsible person in each park with 50 or more spaces shall be designated by the park to be familiar with the plan, and parks shall notify new and existing residents on or after September 10, 2010 of where the plan can be accessed.
When determining whether your community is in a State Responsibility Area (SRA), contact your local fire marshal to determine if your community falls within a Wildland-Urban Interface fire hazard area. For more information about California Fire Hazard Severity Zones visit CAL FIRE’s website (see related links to the right).
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