P.O. Box 22020, Penticton, BC  V2A 8L1

If you have concerns or questions in your park,

please contact one of the following Phone Numbers.

Please call between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. only.

                       Ken                                  250.498.2885

                      Gerry                                250.492.0267



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The purpose of this website is to keep the Association Membership and prospective members informed of their rights as owners/tenants/renters in their respective parks.  It is an informational site only.  The Association contact phone numbers for help in various parks in our jurisdiction, which is from Summerland to Osoyoos, and Keremeos to Princeton, is listed at the top of each page of the website.  Please only call between 9 a.m. and 6.p.m.  Please note that all clickable links on all pages throughout the website are in red text and are or become underlined when your mouse pointer rests on them.  Your mouse pointer will change to a hand.

For the complete official P&DMHOA Constitution click here.

Our Mission:

  1. To promote and protect the rights and interests of the members of the Association as owners and dwellers in manufactured homes.

  2. To take an active interest in the civic, social and moral welfare of the community.

  3. To promote and strive for the right of the members of the Association as owners of and dwellers in manufactured homes to be represented and vote on all matters in all levels of government, including matters involving taxation and money By-laws.

  4. To meet with owners of manufactured homes in other areas of British Columbia and Canada.

  5. To promote and encourage improvement in manufactured home development and technology.

  6. To represent manufactured home owners in meetings with owners, operators and developers of manufactured home parks and subdivisions, with officials of municipal, provincial and federal governments, and with other persons, corporations or groups in matters relating to manufactured home living.

Our Beginning:

The Penticton & District Manufactured Home Owners Association (P&DMHOA) was incorporated on July 19, 1985 under the Societies Act.  On July 19, 2017 we turned 32 years old.  That's over a quarter of a century old.  In that short time we have done much for the owner/tenant, who is a member of our Association, in the parks in the district and it is our intention, with the help of every member, to do much more. We are a District Association and are affiliated with the Active Manufactured Home Owners Association (AMHOA) which is also incorporated provincially and is our provincial voice at all levels of BC government. 

As stated by AMHOA, "Owners of manufactured homes situated on rented lots in manufactured home parks are home owners, renters and taxpayers.  They therefore face a unique situation with problems common to all three roles".

We are much more vulnerable to intimidation and abuse from land owners than other renters because of our position as owner/renter and because of the investment we have in our homes.  This Associations's objective is to eliminate or substantially reduce the problems we face so that we have the same enjoyment as other home owners, the enjoyment of our homes, security of tenure and home equity protection.  We have the right to look to local governments for assistance with some of our problems because we are property taxpayers.

Purposes & Objectives:

  1. Coordinate with and suport the efforts of the Active Manufactured Home Owners Association (AMHOA) in order to be current as to the rights and protections that are in place.

  2. Cooperate with other agencies involved in this lifestyle choice.

  3. Work with park managers or owners to make manufactured home parks a better place to live.

  4. Assist members, where possible, in problem solving and in the dispute settlement process.  Legal advice must be obtained from a lawyer; we can only give information based on past experience.

  5. Provide members and prospective members with a semi-annual Newsletter to keep them informed of changes that affect manufactured home parks and home owners.

  6. Promote and assist in the establishment of local Park Associations to work with each other and/or the park landlord to improve living conditions in and around the park.  A Park Association should foster a good community spirit and will not function well if used primarily to wage war on other residents or the park manager/owner.

  7. Seek ways to educate and impress on all Realtor firms the importance of full disclosure regarding the ASSIGNMENT of tenancy agreements.  Not only is it in the best interest of their clients, be they the seller or the purchaser, but non-disclosure does reflect back on the Realtor's integrity.  Also, an assignment of a tenancy agreement is a great point and can go a long way to ensure a sale.



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