Manufactured Home Requirements
Selling, Moving, Setting, or Demolishing a Manufactured Home
State Law and Regulations Apply, Effective July 1, 2008
House Bill 1260, enacted by the Colorado Legislature in the 2008 Legislative Session and signed by the Governor, changes the regulations and necessary paperwork to move, set, destroy, and/or transfer ownership on manufactured housing. The law took effect on July 1, 2008.
Depending on the scenario, the steps and paperwork necessary to have your home properly listed on the County assessment and tax records may be different. You may choose from scenarios listed below. When you select a scenario, an Adobe PDF document will download to your computer. The PDF document will contain a checklist of documents and instructions that you will need for that particular scenario. Please note that these checklists require 8 ½” x 14” paper to print properly. Please read the various scenarios carefully—the checklist and documents will be different depending on the scenario you choose. Also note that the scenarios listed below may not cover every situation. If you have questions, please contact the Delta County Clerk's Office at (970) 874-2150 for further assistance.
All items must be completed on the selected checklist before the process of changing ownership or status of a manufactured home will be reflected on the assessment records or the tax roll.
- Manufactured homes built before June 15, 1976 (“Pre-HUD” manufactured homes) are subject to additional requirements. See the Delta County Ordinance No. 2006-10.
- Some documents require notarized signatures. If you wish to have the County Clerk’s office notarize your signature, there will be a $5 charge.