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New Biden mandate ‘will raise costs on mobile homeowners for ‘zero’ climate benefit’

The Biden administration’s upcoming rules requiring stricter energy efficiency standards for mobile homes will raise costs for low-income homebuyers while failing to meaningfully limit emissions, industry experts told the Daily Caller News Foundation. READ MORE


Manufactured Housing Opportunity and Revitalization Program Final Guidelines and Notice of Funding Availability
By Department of Housing and Community Development

The California Department of Housing and Community Development is pleased to announce the release of the Final Program Guidelines and Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for approximately $65 million in Manufactured Housing Opportunity and Revitalization (MORE) Program funds.


Your Membership Dues At Work! AB 1035 – A Lesson In Legislative Success
By Frank Kalcic

Assembly Bill 1035 would have imposed statewide rent control on all spaces in manufactured housing communities limiting rent increases to five percent and denying parkowners the right to raise rents to market levels when a resident vacates the property.

Government Affairs


Capitol Update – May 24, 2023
By Chris Wysocki

House of Origin Deadline Nears … A Time When Sneaky Things Can Happen

June 2nd is the deadline for both the Assembly and Senate to pass bills introduced in the respective Houses this year. A total of 2,661 bills have been introduced this year, and approximately 1,000 of them have made it out of policy and fiscal committees. These remaining bills must be passed by June 2nd or they will be either defeated or turned into what is known as “two-year” bills.


Capitol Update – May 18, 2023
By Chris Wysocki

State Budget Deficit is at $31.5 Billion, Could Climb Higher

Last Friday, the Governor released his revised State Budget, and the results were not surprising to many.  When the Governor released his initial budget proposal in January, the budget deficit was approximately $22 billion. That figure grew to approximately $31.5 billion in his revised budget document, but the Legislative Analyst’s Office expects the structural deficit to reach $41 billion by the 2026-27 budget year if the Governor’s May revision is adopted as proposed.


Mobilehome Park and Special Occupancy Park Local Enforcement Agency Assumption Process
By Department of Housing and Community Development

Information Bulletin 2022-12 is issued pursuant to Senate Bill 1307 (Chapter 669, Statutes of 2022) and informs interested parties of the process for a city, county, or city and county to assume enforcement responsibility for the Mobilehome Parks Act and Special Occupancy Parks Act on behalf of HCD.


COVID-19 Update


L.A. County’s COVID-19 emergency will end March 31
By Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles County will end its COVID-19 emergency declaration at the end of March, becoming the latest region to take that step amid improving pandemic conditions. READ MORE


Governor Newsom to End the COVID-19 State of Emergency

SACRAMENTO – Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the COVID-19 State of Emergency will end on February 28, 2023, charting the path to phasing out one of the most effective and necessary tools that California has used to combat COVID-19. 



WMA COVID Response

For more information on COVID resources and information please go to our COVID Responses and Updates page on this website.

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WMA MCM 2023 Webinar: Insurance

MCM Webinar: Insurance
  • Best Practices
  • New Challenges
  • Insurance Trends

Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Join us for our next Zoom webinar!   

This webinar will be hosted by a panel of experts who will address best practices and insurance issues facing the industry. Six units of MCM credit will be earned with participation. The webinar will be 1.5 hours in duration. 

(916) 288-4023 Shari Gray
(916) 288-4027 Victoria Ford
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New Member Bootcamp Now Available!
Registration Now Open!

This unique continued education opportunity is designed to introduce individuals to the Manufactured Housing Community industry. The course is open-ended and can be taken at any time at the individual’s convenience.

There are five two-hour courses which should be taken in the following order:

– Introduction into the Mobilehome Residency Law, Title 25, Chapter 2, and the Mobilehome Parks Act
– The Role of Management
– Infrastructure/Maintenance
– Rules
– Fair Housing

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