Do I need a permit to install or place a Manufactured/Mobile home on my property?

Yes. A manufactured home permit is required for the placement of a mobile home. Navajo County has a delegation from the State Office of Manufactured Housing to issue permits for the installation of suitable types. Older mobile homes, built prior to June 15, 1976, must be brought up to current code and safety requirements of the state. Also known as Rehabilitated Mobile Homes in our Zoning Ordinance, local private inspectors can approve the upgraded work and apply a tag to the mobile home. As far as the installation, Navajo County will verify and inspect setbacks, blocking, utility connections, and overall lot coverage for the property. The permit fee is $102.00 and includes any porches, decks, and cabanas, that come with the dealer installation. If any additional items are added in the future, a separate permit is required for the addition and other stipulations could be requested. 

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1. Are storage buildings and sheds allowed on vacant land?
2. Can I drop power to my vacant piece of property?
3. Do I need a septic or sewage installed prior to obtaining my building permit?
4. Are portable sheds (e.g. Graceland, Weatherking, etc.) allowed as livable structures?
5. When do I need a building permit?
6. Do I need a permit to install or place a Manufactured/Mobile home on my property?
7. Can I build my own house?
8. How long does it take to secure a building, manufactured, or septic permit?