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Mobile Home Park Home Owners Allegiance

For use when conducting MPM-PI/PIR and completing the Order for Automated Notice of Violation Issuance, HCD 564. Reference Procedural Manual, Volume IV, Article 531 for instructions.

Issued: January 2016

Mobilehome Park Violation Table

Code Description References
PEAC1 The park/lot electrical service equipment is not accessible for inspection, repair, or disconnection in case of emergency. Provide an unobstructed working clearance around lot electrical equipment. 25 CCR §1183; CEC Article 110-26
PEAC2 The park/lot electrical service equipment is not accessible for inspection or disconnect in case of emergency. Remove the obstruction blocking access to the service equipment. 25 CCR §1183
PELT1 The lot electrical service equipment does not have the capacity to supply the installed unit. Provide lot electrical service equipment properly sized to supply the connected unit. 25 CCR §1188(a)
PELT2 The overcurrent protective device at the lot electrical service equipment is rated greater than the ampacity of the MH-unit cord or feeder conductors. Provide properly sized overcurrent protection (breakers/fuses). 25 CCR §1148(a); CEC Tables 310-16, thru 310-19
PELT3 The lot/park electrical service equipment is in disrepair or substandard condition and/or not weather proof. Repair or replace the lot/park electrical service equipment. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1170(a), §1134(a), §1188(b); CEC Article 230, Table 110-28
PELT4 The lot/park electrical service equipment has exposed or easily accessible live electrical parts. Cover all exposed live electrical parts and plug unused openings in electrical equipment. 25 CCR §1134(a), §1188(b); CEC Articles 230-62, 110.12(A)
PELT5 The conductors supplying the lot electrical service equipment are undersized. Provide feeder conductors sized for the lot electrical service equipment demand. 25 CCR §1134(a); CEC Article 230
PELT6 The lot electrical service equipment is not properly grounded. Provide a protected and properly-sized copper grounding conductor from the equipment to the grounding electrode. 25 CCR §1162, §1166
PELT7 The lot electrical service equipment is subject to damage by vehicles. Protect the equipment by installing posts or other barriers approved by the enforcement agency. 25 CCR §1178
PELT8 The lot service equipment support is inadequate and/or deteriorated. Repair or replace the supports. 25 CCR §1182(a), §1182(b), §1605(d)
PEMISC There is an electrical violation within the park. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard electrical condition(s). 25 CCR §1134, §1136, §1140, §1188, §1605(d)
PEPO The pool dry-niche and/or wet-niche light fixture is not protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). Install the required ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). HSC §116049.1; CEC Article 680-20
PESY1 The overhead conductors are located less than eight feet over the unit's roof. Relocate the overhead conductors to provide at least eight feet of clearance. 25 CCR §1134(b); CPUC Rules for Overhead Electrical Line Construction, GO 95, Table 1
PESY2 The overhead conductor support structures are inadequate and/or have deteriorated. Repair or replace support structures in accordance with the California Public Utilities Commission Rules for Overhead Electrical Line Construction, General Order No. 95. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1134 (b); PUC GO 95
PESY3 There is exposed non-metallic sheathed electrical cable (romex type) being used where it is subject to physical damage. Remove the wiring or install in an approved manner. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1134(a); CEC Article 334.15(B)
PESY4 The electrical distribution panels, overcurrent devices, fuses, or switches which serve the space, fixture, device, or other equipment controlled at the distribution panels are not clearly and permanently marked. Clearly and permanently mark electrical distribution panels, overcurrent device, fuses or switches to identify the space, fixture, device or other equipment controlled at each distribution panel. 25 CCR §1134(a), §1151; CEC Articles 110-22, 230-70, 408.4(A)
PFDB There is an accumulation of refuse, garbage, rubbish, lumber scraps, waste paper, hay, grass, straw, weeds, litter, or other combustible waste on the roof, the vacant lot, or in the open space. Collect and dispose these materials. 25 CCR §1120
PFEG One or more required exterior egress doors are blocked or locked preventing emergency exit. Remove the obstruction. 25 CCR §1606(k), §1607(k), §1608(k)
PFFS1 There is no operable water outlet for fire suppression at the individual lot. Provide a 3/4” inch valve water outlet (hose bib) designed for connecting a 3/4" inch female swivel hose connection for fire suppression on the lot. 25 CCR §1274, §1308
PFFS2 Existing fire suppression equipment is not maintained in operable condition. Repair or replace as needed. 25 CCR §1300, §1102(a), §1305
PFFS3 The unit is located closer than the required separation from a permanent building or a unit on the adjacent lot. Relocate the unit to provide the necessary separation between the permanent building or the adjacent unit or provide approved fire protection equivalent. 25 CCR §1330(a)
PFMISC There is a fire safety violation within the park. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard fire safety condition(s). 25 CCR §1120
PGAN There is an excessive accumulation of animal feces in the common areas of the park. 25 CCR §1114
PGGL1 Water accumulation under the unit or the lot does not drain or dissipate within a reasonable period creating a health threat. Re-grade or otherwise drain the standing water or install an approved drainage system. 25 CCR §1116
PGGL2 Water accumulation in roadway, in common areas, or on lot(s) creating a health threat. Re-grade, repair, drain, or install an approved drainage system to eliminate standing water. 25 CCR §1116
PGID The lots in the park are not identified. Provide numbers or designated street addresses for all lots in a conspicuous location for easy identification by emergency vehicles. 25 CCR §1104(a)
PGPL A unit is located closer than three feet (3’) to a lot line and is within six feet (6’) to combustible construction on an adjacent lot. Provide a six-foot (6’) separation to combustible construction on the adjacent lot or provide approved fire protection equivalent. 25 CCR §1330
PGMISC There are violations conditions within the park. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard condition(s). 25 CCR §1100, §1102(a)
PGRU1 There is no documentation showing park-owned rental units have current registration. Provide copies of current registration for all park-owned rental units. HSC §18550(c)
PGRU2 Park-owned rental units do not have the required insignia displayed on the units. Provide insignias for all park-owned rental units. If no insignia can be located, obtain confirmation of a HUD Label or request an insignia issuance inspection from this Department. A permit is required for a replacement insignia at HCD. HSC §18026
PGRU3 Park-owned rental units do not have operable smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detector installed in all park-owned rental units. Install smoke detectors in all bedrooms and hallways leading to bedrooms; install a carbon monoxide detector in units having gas-fired appliances. 25 CCR §1606, §4326; HSC §18029.6
PMMISC There is a mechanical violation within the park. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard mechanical condition(s). (Clarifying comment required.) 25 CCR §1102(a), §1605(f)
PPLP1 A park-owned liquefied petroleum gas tank, or its equipment, is not protected from vehicular damage. Provide mechanical protection by installing posts, fencing, or other barriers approved by the enforcement agency. 25 CCR §1228
PPLP2 There is inadequate clearance around the liquefied petroleum gas vessel(s) installed on the lot. Provide the necessary separation, as measured from the filling connection or vent, to sources of ignition, direct vent appliances, and mechanical ventilation air intakes as follows: 1. Ten feet (10’) for purposes of filling. 2. Five feet (5’) to pressure relief valve; the valve must be directed away from openings in the building below the valve. 3. The tank may not be located in areas with less than 50% open for ventilation. Note: Lot electrical service is not considered a source of ignition. 25 CCR §1208, §1211, §1212, §1220
PPLT1 The gas meter is inadequately supported. Provide adequate support for the gas meter by means of a post and bracket, or other approved means that will provide equivalent support. 25 CCR §1226(a)
PPLT2 The gas outlet riser is subject to damage from vehicular traffic or other causes. Provide mechanical protection by installing posts, fencing or other barriers as approved by the enforcement agency. 25 CCR §1228
PPLT3 The lot gas shutoff valve and/or the meter is located under the unit, cabana, habitable accessory building or structure, or is in an inaccessible and/or unvented location. Relocate the lot gas shutoff valve and/or meter to provide access and ventilation. Ventilation of not less than fifty percent (50%) shall be provided if shut off valve and or meter is located in an unventilated location. 25 CCR §1208, §1218, §1220(c), §1226(b)
PPLT4 The unused lot gas outlet is not capped or plugged to prevent accidental discharge of gas. Install an approved cap or plug on the unused gas outlet. 25 CCR §1220(d), §1102(a)
PNPT1 There has been construction performed without a permit. No person shall erect, construct, reconstruct, install, replace, relocate, or alter any building, structure, or accessory structure, any electrical, mechanical, or plumbing equipment, fuel gas equipment, or fire protection equipment within a mobilehome park without first obtaining a construction permit. 25 CCR §1018(a), §1102
PNPT2 An MH-unit has been installed without a permit. Obtain a permit to install the unit. 25 CCR §1324
PPDV1 There is a sewage leak at the lot drain. A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1246, §1102(a); HSC §18554
PPDV2 The lot sewer inlet and/or clean out is open. Provide a gas-tight cap or plug for the opening when not in use. 25 CCR §1102(a), §1254(b)
PPMISC There is a plumbing violation within the park. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard plumbing condition(s). A permit is required for this work. (Clarifying comment required.) 25 CCR §1102(a)
PSBE There is an electrical violation in the park building(s) causing the building to be substandard. Make necessary repairs to the electrical system and eliminate the substandard electrical condition(s). A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1102(a), §1605(a), §1605(d)
PSBM There is a mechanical violation in the park building(s) causing the building(s) to be substandard. Make all necessary repairs and eliminate the substandard mechanical condition(s). A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1102(a), §1605(a), §1605(f)
PSBP There is a plumbing violation in the park building(s) causing the building(s) to be substandard. Make all necessary repairs and eliminate the substandard plumbing condition(s). A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1102(a), §1605(a), §1605(e)
PSBS There is a structural violation in the park building(s) causing the building to be substandard. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard structural condition(s). A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1102(a), §1605(a), §1605(b)
PSMISC There is a structural violation within the park. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard structural condition(s). A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1102(a)
PTOMISC The park is operating without a valid Permit to Operate. Obtain valid Permit to Operate. HSC §18500
REAC1 The lot electrical service equipment is not accessible for inspection, repair, or disconnection in case of emergency. Provide unobstructed working clearance. 25 CCR §1183; CEC 110-16
REAC2 The lot electrical service equipment is not accessible for inspection or disconnect in case of emergency. Remove the padlock to the lot pedestal or to the gate/fence blocking access to the lot. 25 CCR §1130, §1134, §1188
REAP An appliance(s) is installed outside of the unit exposed to the weather. Relocate the appliance(s) out of the weather. 25 CCR §1134(a)
REEC An extension cord is being used to supply power to a source that requires a permanent wiring method. Remove the extension cord and rewire using an approved permanent wiring method. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1188(b)
REFA1 The MH-unit electrical supply cord can be buried. Uncover the supply cord and provide support above grade. 25 CCR §1352(e), §2352(f)
REFA2 In addition to the main electrical supply, there is a second power supply to the unit. Remove the second power supply. 25 CCR §1352(f), §2352(f)
REFA3 The electrical supply conduit is missing, damaged, deteriorated, or improperly connected. Repair or replace as necessary. 25 CCR §1188(b)
REGR The unit is not properly grounded. Ground the unit by means of a grounding conductor run with circuit conductors or listed power supply cord. 25 CCR §1352, §1163
REMISC There is an electrical violation on your lot. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard electrical condition(s). 25 CCR §1188(b), §1188(c), §1606(d), §1607(b)
REMP The main electrical panel of the unit is missing parts/ or components that now expose live electrical parts. Install the approved parts/components. 25 CCR §1606(d), §1607(d)
REPC1 The unit power cord covering is cracked or deteriorated exposing the conductors. Replace the cord with a cord listed for a manufactured home/, mobilehome, or RV. 25 CCR §1352(a)(1), §1606(d), §1607(d)
REPC2 The outer covering of the unit electrical cord is has pulled away from the cord plug, exposing the conductors. Repair or replace the cord or plug as necessary (tape or sealant is not an approved method of correction). 25 CCR §1352(a)(1), §1606(d), §1607(d)
REPC3 The unit power supply cord is spliced or otherwise improperly altered. Replace the power supply cord. 25 CCR §1352(c)(2)
REPC4 The unit power supply cord is buried in the ground or encased in concrete. Remove the dirt or concrete covering and if deteriorated, replace the power supply cord. 25 CCR §1188(b), §1352(g), §2352(f)
REPC5 The unit power supply cord ampere rating is less than the total connected electrical load for the unit. Replace the power supply cord with a power supply assembly or cord rated for the ampacity of the connected load. 25 CCR §1352(c), §2352(c)
REWM1 There is an exposed non-metallic electrical cable (romex type) subject to physical damage. Remove the exposed non-metallic cable or install in an approved manner. (Comment location.) 25 CCR §1134(a); CEC Article 336-6, 334.15(B)
REWM2 Electrical equipment and/or electrical receptacles installed in an exterior location are not approved for wet or damp locations. Remove the unapproved equipment or device(s) or replace with equipment or device(s) approved for installation in damp or wet locations. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1134(a), §1170(a)
RFAC Part or the entire awning or carport is constructed with combustible material and is within three feet (3’) of the lot line and six feet (6’) from a unit or combustible structure on the adjacent lot. Remove all combustible material within six feet (6’) of the combustible construction on the adjacent lot. 25 CCR §1428(a), §1428(b)
RFAE Part or all of the awning or carport enclosure is constructed with combustible material and is within three feet (3’) of the lot line and six feet (6’) from a mobilehome unit or combustible structure on the adjacent lot. Remove all combustible material within six feet (6’) of the combustible construction on the adjacent lot. 25 CCR §1428(a), §1428(b)
RFCB The cabana has been constructed within three feet (3’) of the lot line. Reconstruct or remove the cabana so that no portion of the structure is within three feet (3’) of the lot line. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1428(b)
RSGR1 The porch and/or deck is constructed 30 inches (30”) or more above the ground and does not have a guard rail. Provide a guardrail around the perimeter of the porch and/or deck, no less than forty-two inches (42”) above the floor of the porch and/or deck. 25 CCR §1502; CBC 509
RFDB There is an accumulation of refuse, rubbish, lumber scraps, paper, leaves, brush, or other combustible materials under or around the unit or lot. Remove the excessive accumulation of combustible materials. 25 CCR §1120
RFEG One or more required exterior egress doors are blocked or locked with an exterior hasp, preventing emergency exit. Remove the material or hasp in front of the door(s) and provide for proper exiting. 25 CCR §1606(k), §1607(k)
RFMISC There is a fire safety violation on the park lot. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard fire safety condition(s). Clarifying comment required. 25 CCR §1120
RFMRV A unit is located closer than three feet (3’) to a lot line and is within six feet (6’) of a unit or combustible structure on an adjacent lot. Provide a six-foot separation to combustible construction on the adjacent lot. 25 CCR §1330
RFPD The porch or deck is installed closer than three feet (3’) to the lot line and is within six feet (6’) of a unit or combustible structure on an adjacent lot. Provide a six-foot separation to combustible construction on the adjacent lot. 25 CCR §1428(a), §1428(b)
RFSC A storage cabinet (shed) is constructed with combustible material and is within three feet (3’) of the lot line or six feet (6’) from combustible construction on the adjacent lot. Remove all combustible material from within six feet (6’) of the combustible construction on the adjacent lot. 25 CCR §1428(a), §1428(b)
RGAN There is an excessive accumulation of animal feces on the lot. Remove the animal feces from the lot. 25 CCR §1114
RGMISC There are violation(s) on the park lot. Make the necessary repair(s) to eliminate the substandard condition(s). Clarifying comment required. 25 CCR §1100, §1102(a)
RGMU More than one unit is occupying the lot. Remove the additional unit(s). Exception: Only self-propelled RVs or truck-mounted campers may be parked beside the unit or be on the lot when used as a means of transportation. Such vehicles shall not be occupied or connected to the lot utilities or interconnected with the occupied unit. 25 CCR §1118
RMMISC A mechanical violation exists which affects the unit. This condition violates minimum health and safety standards and requires correction. A permit may be required for this work. 25 CCR §1606(f), §1607(f)
RNPT1 No permit was obtained for the installation and/or construction performed. No person shall erect, construct, reconstruct, install, replace, relocate or alter any building, structure or accessory building, any electrical, mechanical, or plumbing equipment, any fuel gas equipment installation, or any fire protection equipment within a mobilehome park or a mobilehome lot without first obtaining a written construction permit. 25 CCR §1018
RNPT2 No permit was obtained for the alteration to the mobilehome. A permit is required for the alteration(s) to the mobilehome. HSC §18029
RNPT3 A mobilehome has been installed without a valid permit. Obtain a permit to install the mobilehome. 25 CCR §1324
RPDS1 There is a leak in the drain line system of the unit. Repair the leak. 25 CCR §1606(e), §1607(e); HSC §18554
RPDS2 The drain line system is not maintained with a proper grade. Provide a grade of not less than 1/8 inch (1/8”) per foot between the mobilehome or RV and the lot drain inlet. 25 CCR §1358(d), §1606(e), §1607(e)
RPGC1 The flexible gas connector between the unit and the lot gas outlet or liquefied petroleum gas tank is buried in the ground or encased in concrete. Remove the dirt cover or concrete encasement. 25 CCR §1208(a), §1606(f), §1607(f)
RPGC2 The flexible gas connector between the unit and the lot gas outlet is damaged or deteriorated. Replace the flexible gas connector. 25 CCR §1606(f), §1607(f)
RPLP1 Liquid petroleum gas (LP) vessel(s) and/or container(s) is are not secured to prevent accidental over turning. Provide an approved method to secure and support the LP gas container(s) and/or vessel(s). (example: secure the LP vessels to the unit's hitch, a support post, or other approved means) 25 CCR §1208, §1211
RPLP2 The lot contains LP liquid petroleum (LP) gas containers or vessels with a capacity of 125 gallons or more. LP gas containers or vessels one hundred twenty-five (125) US gallons or more shall comply with the applicable provisions of the Unfired Pressure Vessel Safety Orders, California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Chapter 4, Subchapter 1. Comply with these provisions or reduce the capacity of the containers or vessels to less than 125 US gallons. A permit is required for LP containers exceeding 60 gallons. 25 CCR §1208, §1210, §1211
RPLP3 There is inadequate clearance around the liquid petroleum (LP) gas vessel(s) installed on the lot. Provide the necessary separation, as measured from the filling connection or vent, to sources of ignition, direct vent appliances, and mechanical ventilation air intakes as follows: 1. Ten feet (10’) for purposes of filling. 2. Five feet (5’) to the pressure relief valve; the valve must be directed away from openings in the building below the valve. 3. The tank may not be located in areas less than 50% open for ventilation. Note: Lot electrical service is not considered a source of ignition. 25 CCR §1208, §1211, §1212, §1220
RPLP4 Liquid petroleum (LP) gas vessel(s) is stored inside or underneath an unventilated accessory structure or unit. Remove the LP gas vessel(s) under the structure, mobilehome, or RV. 25 CCR §1212
RPMA The gas meter on the lot has been enclosed or obstructed in such a manner that restricts ventilation to the gas meter. Remove the enclosure or obstruction to provide accessibility and ventilation to the gas meter. 25 CCR §1226(b)
RPMISC A plumbing exists which directly affects the unit. This condition violates minimum health and safety standards and requires correction. A permit is required for this work. Clarifying comment required. 25 CCR §1606(e), §1607(e)
RPMS Waste water from the clothes washer, sink, or other plumbing fixture is being discharged on the ground or into an unapproved plumbing connection. A connection must be installed to an approved drainage system. 25 CCR §1358, §1606(e), §1607(e); HSC §18554
RPMT The unit is connected to a natural gas supply but has a gas line system (unlined copper) designed and approved for liquid petroleum (LP) gas only. Obtain a permit and replace the gas system or connect the LP system to LP gas only. 25 CCR §1606(f), §1607(f)
RPSU Gas piping has been extended underneath the mobilehome unit in an unapproved manner. Provide metal hangers at maximum intervals of four feet (4’) to support the gas piping under the home. 25 CCR §1224(b), §1354(b), §1354(c)
RPWH1 The water heater is not properly vented. Properly vent the appliance to the exterior. 25 CCR §1438, §1606(f), §1607(f), §1608(f)
RPWH2 Access to the water heater is obstructed by an accessory structure or other construction/storage. Provide clear access to the water heater. 25 CCR §1438, §1510, §1606(f), §1607(f), §1608(f)
RPWH3 The water heater is not properly protected from the weather. Provide a protective covering or enclosure for the water heater. 25 CCR §1438, §1606(f), §1607(f), §1608(f)
RPWH4 There is inadequate combustion air to the water heater. Provide combustion air openings to the water heater compartment. 25 CCR §1438, §1606(f), §1607(f), §1608(f)
RPWH5 The water heater pressure valve is inoperable, missing, or the pressure valve piping is of an inadequate size or is not properly extended to the exterior. Provide an operating pressure relief valve and/or extend the drain on the valve. The drain piping must be at least the size of the pressure relief valve threaded outlet and shall not be threaded on the discharge end. 25 CCR §1438, §1606(f), §1607(f), §1608(f); CPC 608
RPWH6 There is inadequate clearance from the water heater and/or its vent to combustible materials. 1. Provide minimum six inch (6”) clearance from single wall vent pipes to combustibles. 2. Provide minimum one inch (1”) clearance from double wall, type "B" vent pipes to combustibles. 3. Provide clearance from the water heater to combustibles as specified by the water heater manufacturer. 25 CCR 1438, 1616(f), 1607(f), 1608(f); CPC 516.5
RPMISC There is a plumbing violation on the park lot. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard plumbing condition(s). 25 CCR §1102(a), §1606(e), §1607(d)
RPMS Waste water from the clothes washer, sink, or other plumbing fixture is being discharged on the ground or into an unapproved plumbing connection. A connection must be installed to an approved drainage system. 25 CCR §1358 1606(e), §1607(e), §1608(e); HSC §18554
RSACS The awning or carport supports are missing, severely damaged, or unanchored. Repair, replace, or reinstall the awning or carport supports. 25 CCR §1608(b)
RSACE The awning or carport enclosure is structurally unsound. Remove the enclosure or repair to meet minimum structural requirements. A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1608(b)
RSCB The condition of the cabana is substandard; due to faulty weather protection, improper maintenance, structural inadequacies, or other deficiencies. Repair the substandard condition or remove the cabana from the lot. A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1608(a), §1608(b), §1608(g)
RSGR1 The porch and/or deck is constructed 30 inches (30”) or more above the ground, and does not have a guardrail. Provide a guardrail around the perimeter of the porch and/or deck. Construct a guardrail a minimum forty-two inches (42”) above the porch or deck floor with intermediate rails or pickets spaced no more than four inches (4”) apart. 25 CCR §1502; CRC 312.1.2
RSGR2 The ramp does not have a guard rail or the guard rail does not extend the full length of the ramp. Provide a guardrail no less than forty-two inches (42”) along the length of the ramp. 25 CCR §1506; CBC 1010, 1013
RSGR3 The porch, deck, or ramp does not have intermediate rails installed on the guardrails. Install intermediate rails or pickets spaced no more than four inches (4”) apart. 25 CCR §1504, §1506; CBC 1010, 1013
RSGSB The private garage or storage building is structurally unsound. Reconstruct or remove the garage or storage building. A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1608(b)
RSHR1 The stairway to the mobilehome or accessory structure does not have a handrail. Every stairway with four or more steps or more than 30 inches (30”) above grade shall be equipped with handrails and intermediate rails. Install the required handrail and intermediate rails on the stairway. 25 CCR §1504; CBC 1012
RSHR2 The stairway handrail is structurally unsound. Reconstruct the stairway handrail. 25 CCR §1608(b)
RSMISC There is a structural violation on the park lot. Make the necessary repairs to eliminate the substandard structural condition(s). A permit may be required for this work. Clarifying comment required. 25 CCR §1102(a), §1606(b), §1607(b)
RSPD The porch/deck is structurally unsound. Reconstruct or remove the structure. A permit is required for this work. 25 CCR §1608(b)
RSMS3 The garage or storage building is constructed with combustible material and is within three feet (3’) of the lot line or six feet (6’) from a mobilehome, RV, or combustible structure on the adjacent lot. Remove all combustible material within six feet (6’) of the combustible construction on the adjacent lot. 25 CCR §1443
RSSC2 The storage cabinet (shed) is substandard. Reconstruct or remove the storage cabinet (shed). 25 CCR §1608(b)
RSSL4 The stairway and/or landing is structurally unsound. Replace or reconstruct the stairway and/or landing. 25 CCR §1498(a), §1608(b)
RSSW1 There is no complying stairway at each required exit. Provide a complying stairway at each required exit. 25 CCR §1429, §1368
RSSW2 The step(s) of the stairway is/are structurally unsound. Reconstruct or provide a new complying stairway. 25 CCR §1498(a), §1608(b)
RSWP A faulty weather protection condition exists which directly affects the unit. This condition violates minimum health and safety standards and requires correction. A permit is required for this work. Clarifying comment required. 25 CCR §1606(g), §1607(g)