Mobile Home / RV Parks
Mobile Home / RV Parks Program
It is the responsibility of the Environmental Health program to minimize the risk of injury and illness in Mobile Home & RV parks. This is accomplished through routine inspections of parks and camps, ensuring that the risk for disease from an environmental source is minimized. These inspections focus on making sure there is proper sewage disposal, safe drinking water, adequate solid waste collection and disposal, and if applicable, a safe and disease free swimming pool.
The Environmental Health Program receives and investigates environmental health and sanitation complaints lodged against these parks. The complaintants are provided with the investigation findings and corrective actions taken on the park.
Mobile home parks, lodging, recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps are licensed annually through the Environmental Health Program in accordance with Chapter 64E-15, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) and Florida Statute 513. The program provides direct services to these facilities through routine inspections, plan reviews, educational programs and enforcement actions.
- Plan Review / Licensing
- Regulation / Inspection
- Complaint investigations
- Educational Courses
- Technical Assistance (for new and existing parks and camps)
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for a permit?Refer to download files at http://www.myfloridaeh.com/community/mobile/index.html
Where can I see inspection results for a Health Department inspected facility?Follow these instructions.
Where can I find more information about the Florida Department of Health's role in these facilities?http://www.myfloridaeh.com/community/mobile/index.html