Are Manufactured Homes allowed?

Yes, Manufactured Homes are allowed in any zoning district that permits the construction of a conventionally framed (also known as "stick-built", traditional, or "site-built") single-family residence. Manufactured Homes must be placed on a permanent foundation and provide a minimum 2-car garage. Manufactured Homes are subject to the same regulations and Zoning Compliance approval process as conventionally framed single-family homes. The application for a Zoning Compliance review and applicable application fees are located on the Planning Division's Development Process page.

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1. How often does the Planning Commission Meet?
2. Where is my property line?
3. What is the zoning of my property?
4. How many units can I build on my property?
5. Is a permit required for permanent signs such as store front signs and temporary signs such as banners, balloons, and flags?
6. Where can I find information about building a new addition?
7. What do I need to know before building a block wall or fence?
8. Are Manufactured Homes allowed?
9. Is Planning and Zoning Review and approval required for additions to my home?
10. Is a permit required for a parking lot or sidewalk sale, or any similar outdoor activity?
11. Are the regulations different within the Historic Elsinore Downtown District?
12. Can I have a business in my home?
13. What is a subdivision?