The online Mobile Home Park Registration Service allows you to file your annual Mobile Home Park Registry Update and all registration fees electronically. Your information is submitted immediately to the department and you do not have to file any paperwork.
All information you submit through the Mobile Home Park Registration Service is used for the following purposes:
Your Mobile Home Park ID Number is located on the upper left of the paper registration form that you may have received. If you did not receive a paper registration form, you can have your ID Number and Zip Code emailed to you by using the Forgotten ID Number Form.
The Zip Code you use to identify your Mobile Home Park is the zip code where the park is physically located, not the owner's mailing address zip code.
No, your submission does not immediately change the registry, nor does it change the department's database immediately. All submissions are submitted pending approval, meaning the department will review your submissions and either accept it or ask for follow up corrections or updates.
You may fill out each section of the registration form as you see fit. You may use the left navigation area in the service to move between sections. Each section will have a check mark next to it when it is completed. Once all sections have check marks and are complete, you may proceed to verification and payment.
You cannot proceed to verificaton and payment unless you have fully completed each of the sections in your registration. Are there any section in the left navigation without checkmarks? If there are, click on them to fill them out.
Check yes next to the "Is this property in multiple cities or towns question. Once you click submit, the service will ask you what the other towns your park is located in.
If you have a valid year of establishment on file with the department for your mobile home park, you cannot change it as this information should not change. If you do not have a valid year of establishment on file, you may enter it.
If you do not have an age restriction, you may leave the field blank by leaving the "Select One" option showing.
No, you do not have to list a park manager. If you are not going to list a manager, please make sure that the entire form is blank.
No, you may only enter a person's name or an organization name as a park manager.
You may add a new owner to your registration filing by clicking the "Add a New Owner" link above or below the listing of owners on your registration. Follow the directions and fill out the form to add a new owner.
You may remove an owner from your registration filing by clicking the "remove" button next to the owner you wish to remove on the page listing the owners on your registration.
Yes, you may enter both a person's name and organization name for a single owner. Both pieces of information will be retained.
The error appears if the sum of the Leaseholder Owned, Owner Owned, and Other Owned mobile homes exceeds the number of lots entered in the number of lots fields. Essentially, you entered more mobile homes in the ownership fields than there are in the park.
If you have multiple lots tiers/rents, you must provide details for each rent. You must give the rent amount and a description for each tier/rent. If you had previously given multiple rents to the department, the table will be pre-filled with the previous year's information.
If you have more than six different lot tiers/rents, please contact the Department of Housing & Community Development at 802-828-3749.
You are not allowed to enter a fee for an Additional Service that you offer. You should include those fees in your base lot rent.
Please contact the Department of Housing & Community Development with information regarding the service you offer that is not listed at 802-828-3749.
If you see a mistake in the information shown on the verification page, you may click on the appropriate section in the left navigation to return to that portion of the service, or you may click the "edit" button in that section. After you have made the correction, you may return to the verification page if no mistakes or errors are found by clicking "Verification" in the left navigation.
The total amount owed is calculated as the total number of leased, occupied lots multipled by the annually set per lot fee. What this means is that the fee is what you enter as the total number of leased lots plus the total number of other habitable lots multiplied by the per lot fee.
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The charge for your request will appear on your credit card as "Vermont Economic Development".
Your full payment information is not retained. It is destroyed immediately upon processing your payment. However, pieces of your payment information will be retained for customer support purposes in case there is an issue or question regarding your filing or payment and for processing.
Contact the Vermont.gov helpdesk, either by telephone at 802-229-4171 (Monday through Friday 9-5) or by email at email@example.com.
For questions regarding the registration process or for general questions regarding your Mobile Home Park, please contact the Department of Housing & Community Development at 802-828-3749.