Welcome to RMA

The Resource Management Agency strives to ensure that its customer service standards are consistent with the Agency’s Mission Statement:

The mission of the Resource Management Agency, in cooperation with the public and our partner agencies, is to protect the consumer and community’s health, safety, and environment by carrying out adopted laws and policies, and educating, assisting, and empowering Ventura County residents and businesses to be good stewards of the land and our resources.


In addition, RMA has identified those core values which will guide us in carrying out our mission. These values are directly related to our customer service and include:

  • Honesty, hard work, and ethical behavior

  • Transparency and accountability

  • Equitable treatment and respect of all constituents

  • Excellence in service delivery

NoticeRent increases at mobilehome parks in unincorporated Ventura County are governed by the Ventura County Mobile Home Park Rent Control Ordinance. The Ordinance authorizes ministerial rent increases aligned with the Social Security Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) between 2% and 8% each year. On October 12, 2023, the Social Security Administration announced that effective January 2024, the Social Security COLA is 3.2%. This is based on the increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-W) from the third quarter of 2022 through the third quarter of 2023. Therefore, pursuant to Section 81005 (b) of the Ordinance, a maximum rent increase of 3.2% will be permitted in mobile home parks subject to rent control for ministerial rent increases instituted from January 2024 to December 2024.

The County of Ventura has a Mobile Home Park Rent Control ordinance originally adopted in 1983 which regulates rent increases in mobile home parks within the unincorporated areas.  The ordinance is codified as Ordinance No. 4620 of the Ventura County Ordinance Code. It was adopted to protect the owners of mobile homes from unreasonable rent increases, while at the same time recognizing the need of mobile home park owners to receive a fair return on their investment and rental income sufficient to cover expenses.

The Ventura County Board of Supervisors appointed a five-member Mobile Home Park Rent Review Board (RRB). The RRB meets quarterly and is responsible for rent stabilization through the Mobile Home Park Rent Control Ordinance. Planning Division staff reviews mobile home park owners’ annual proposed rent increase applications for completeness and consistency with the adopted ordinance.

vcmhrcb meeting rev1Mobile Home Park Rent Review Board Hearing, November 2023For more information on the Mobile Home Park Rent Control Program, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions Brochure and the Mobile Home Park Rent Review Public Information Brochure or contact the Staff Administrator, Dillan Murray, at (805) 654-5042 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Who Are We?

The Rent Review Board is comprised of five members appointed by the Board of Supervisors who effectuate the provisions of the Ordinance. The RRB currently includes the following members:

  • Henry Thomas Hundley, Chair
  • John Brooks, Vice-Chair
  • Richard Francis
  • Brent Rosenbaum
  • Jill Martinez

RRB Meetings

The RRB meets quarterly in February, May, August, and November at 1:00 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room, which is located on the third floor in the Ventura County Government Center, Hall of Administration Building, 800 S. Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA, 93009.

All Rent Review Board meetings are audio recorded. A copy of an audio recording of a Rent Review Board meeting may be purchased for a fee. For more information, please contact Mr. Murray at the contact information provided above.

Hearing Notices of the Mobile Home Park Rent Review Board will be posted here in advance of the public meetings. The Planning Division offers an E-mail Public Hearing Notification Service that allows interested stakeholders, applicants, and citizens to receive e-mail notification when a new Mobile Home Park Rent Review Board Hearing Agenda is posted. You may subscribe to this service by completing registration here.

Mobile Home Parks within Unincorporated Ventura County

There are a total of 25 mobile home parks located in the unincorporated Ventura County. Most of the mobile home parks in unincorporated Ventura County (18 of 25) are located in Supervisorial District 1. The remaining seven mobile home parks are located in Supervisorial Districts 2, 3, and 5. Supervisorial District 4 has no mobile home parks subject to the Ventura County Rent Control Ordinance.

Mobile Home Park Rent Control Program Status Reports

The Ordinance specifies that the RRB render “a triennial comprehensive written report to the Board of Supervisors concerning its activities, holdings, actions, results of hearings, and all other matters pertinent to this Chapter which may be of interest to the Board of Supervisors.” (Section 81004 (e) of Ordinance No. 4620). Below is a list of historical status reports for the Ventura County Mobile Home Park Rent Control Program.

State Mobilehome Park Residency Law 

The State of California Mobilehome Residency Law contains many provisions related to park maintenance, park tenancy and other issues related to mobilehome living. Sometimes, in mobilehome parks, disputes can arise between mobilehome/manufactured homeowners and park management. To help resolve some of these disputes, California created the Mobilehome Residency Law Protection Program (MRLPP) through the Mobilehome Residency Law Protection Act of 2018, Assembly Bill 3066. The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) has created a list of State Mobilehome Park Residency Law frequently asked questions.

For more information about the State Mobilehome Park Residency Law, mobilehome registration and titling, or to file a complaint about conditions in your park, please contact the State Mobilehome Assistance Center or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (800) 952-8356. In addition, HCD’s Codes and Standards Online Services portal provides access to many HCD services online, including complaint tracking, permit/registration/titling applications, and more.

Additional Housing Resources

  • The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging has compiled a list of housing resources to help the populations they serve navigate individualized needs. For more information, the VCAAA can be reached at (805) 477-7300 or at the following link: https://www.vcaaa.org/our-services/housing/
  • Community Action Ventura County helps empower families and individuals to live self-sufficiently and with dignity, with offices in Oxnard and Simi Valley. They may be contacted at (805) 436-4000 or at the following link: https://ca-vc.org/#
  • The Housing Rights Center (HRC) provides housing counseling and assistance with discrimination issues, tenant rights, and tenant/landlord counseling. The HRC can be reached at (800) 477-5977 or at the following link: www.housingrightscenter.org.
  • California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA) is a nonprofit legal service program created to help California's low-income individuals and communities. CRLA can be reached at (800) 337-0690 or www.crla.org.
  • The County of Ventura Self-Help Legal Access Center (LAC) provides self-help resources for citizens on legal and court matters. The LAC can be reached at (805) 654-3962 or https://www.ventura.courts.ca.gov/self-help.html.
  • Project Understanding provides resources for eviction protection. Project Understanding can be reached at (805) 654-1326 or www.projectunderstanding.org.
  • Southern California Edison Mobile Homes Rebate Program. Upgrade your mobile home for free when you take advantage of no cost energy upgrades for mobile homes and mobile-home communities. More information can be found here: https://www.sce.com/residential/rebates-savings/manufactured-home-program
  • SoCal Gas Rebate and Financing Programs. When upgrading your home to the latest energy efficient appliances and equipment, check out current rebate and financing offers helping you save money and energy. More information can be found here: https://www.socalgas.com/save-money-and-energy/rebates-and-financing