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Mobile Home and Recreation Vehicle Parks

Florida Department of Health in Lafayette County

  •  386-294-1321
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    Mailing Address

    140 SW Virginia Circle 

    P. O. Box 1806 

    Mayo, Florida 32066 

The objective of this program is to minimize the risk of injury and illness in a residential mobile home park environment. This is accomplished through routine inspections of these parks and camps ensuring the residents' risks for disease from an environmental origin are minimized.

County health departments receive and investigate environmental health and sanitation complaints about these facilities. The county health departments provide complainants with report findings and corrective actions taken.

The Florida Statute, Florida Administrative Code rules can be downloaded by clicking on the title of the document.

Mobile Home Park Statute (513, F.S.)

Mobile Home Park rules: Chapter 64E-15, F.A.C. (51kb PDF)

Mobile homes, lodging and recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps are licensed annually by the Department of Health through Florida's 67 county health departments, in accordance with Chapter 64E-15, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).

If you would like any information on parks and camps, including how to open one, in Lafayette County contact The Florida Department of Health in Lafayette County, Environmental Health Office.