(By authority conferred on the department of public health by section 6 of Act No.  
419 of the Public Acts of 1976, as amended, and section 2233 of Act No. 368 of the  
Public Acts of 1978, as amended, being §§125.1106 and 333.2233 of the Michigan  
Compiled Laws)  
R 325.3311 Definitions.  
Rule 11. (1) As used in these rules:  
(a) "Act" means Act No. 419 of the Public Acts of 1976, as amended, being  
§125.1101 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws, and known as the mobile home  
commission act.  
(b) "Alteration" means the modification of an existing mobile home park.  
(c) "Certified operator" means an individual holding a certificate to operate a  
specific type facility such as a water supply system or sewerage system under a  
recognized state certification program.  
(d) "Garbage" means food wastes, including waste accumulation of animal, fruit,  
or vegetable matter used or intended for food or that attend the preparing, using,  
cooking, dealing in, or storing of meat, fish, fowl, fruit, or vegetables.  
(e) "Health aspects" means the water supply system, sewage collection and  
disposal system, drainage, insect and rodent control, garbage and rubbish storage  
and disposal, and general operation, maintenance, and safety, either jointly or  
severally, as included in these rules.  
(f) "Health department" means the Michigan department of public health.  
(g) "Health director" means the director of the Michigan department of public  
health or his or her authorized agent or representative.  
(h) "Health officer" means the administrative officer of an approved city,  
county, or district board or department of health or  
her authorized  
(i) "Hydraulic grade line" means a line joining points whose vertical distances  
from the centroid of the cross section of the stream flowing in a closed channel are  
proportional to the pressures in the pipe at the point, or in an open-channel, the  
flow lies in the surface of the stream.  
(j) "Local health department" means a city, county, or district health department.  
(k) "Pad" means that part of a mobile home site specifically designated for the  
placement of a mobile home.  
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(l) "Public sanitary sewer district" means a legally defined area within which  
sanitary sewer service is provided or will be provided for use by the public pursuant  
to a duly adopted and published plan.  
(m) "Rubbish" means nonputrescible solid wastes, except ashes, consisting  
of either combustible or noncombustible wastes, such as paper, cardboard, metal  
containers, yard clippings, wood, glass, bedding, crockery, demolished building  
materials, or litter of any kind that may be a detriment to the public health and safety.  
(n) "Sanitary sewer system" means the pipes, structures, conduits, manholes,  
pumping stations and appurtenances, collectively or severally, used or intended for the  
use of collecting, conveying, or transporting of domestic wastes to a treatment facility.  
(o) "Sewage treatment and disposal system" means the sewage treatment works,  
structures, equipment, and appurtenances used or intended for use for the purpose of  
treatment and disposal of domestic waste discharged from a mobile home park  
sanitary sewer system.  
(p) "Sewerage system" means the sanitary sewer system and the sewage  
treatment and disposal facility.  
(q) "Water supply system" means a system of pipes and structures through which  
water is obtained and distributed, including, but not limited to, wells and well  
structures, pumping systems,  
plants, storage tanks, pipelines, and  
appurtenances, or a combination thereof, used or intended to be used to furnish water  
for drinking or household purposes.  
(2) Terms defined in the act have the same meanings when used in these rules.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3312 Authorized representatives of the health department and the  
health director.  
Rule 12. A health officer is an authorized representative of the health department  
and the health director.  
History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3313 Reimbursement agreement with local health departments.  
Rule 13. The health department may enter into agreements with local health  
departments for reimbursement and other aspects of services performed under the  
act or these rules.  
History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3314 Investigation; inspection of mobile home park premises.  
Rule 14. (1) The health department may make investigations it  
necessary to determine if a person violated or is about to violate the act or these rules or  
an order issued under the act. The health department may inspect any mobile home  
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park or seasonal mobile home park premises falling within the provisions of the act and  
rules promulgated pursuant to the provisions of the act.  
(2) The local health department may inspect a mobile home park or seasonal  
mobile home park premises upon request of the health department and as otherwise  
provided in the act.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3321 Mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park water system  
requirements; water system classification.  
Rule 21. (1) A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park water system  
shall meet the requirements as prescribed by Act No. 399 of the Public Acts of 1976,  
being §325.1001 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws, and the rules promulgated  
pursuant to that act, being R 325.10101 et seq. of the Michigan Administrative Code.  
(2) A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park water system serving or  
intended to serve 15 or more mobile home sites or service connections or regularly  
serving an average of not less than 25 individuals daily is a type I system.  
(3) A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park water system serving or  
intended to serve less than 15 mobile home sites or service connections or regularly  
serving an average of less than 25 individuals daily is a type III system.  
(4) A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be served by a common  
water supply system.  
(5) A site in a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be provided  
with an individual water service connection.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3331 Sewer design and installation.  
Rule 31. (1) A sanitary sewer system shall be designed on the basis of an average  
daily flow of sewage of not less than 200 gallons per mobile home site per day.  
(2) A sanitary sewer shall have sufficient capacity to accommodate the maximum  
hourly sewage flow from the portion of the mobile home park or seasonal mobile  
home park being served and shall not be less than 4 inches in diameter.  
(3) A sanitary sewer shall be installed at a sufficient depth to prevent freezing and  
at a sufficient slope to maintain a velocity of 2 feet per second at design flow. The  
following minimum slopes shall be provided, although greater slopes are preferred  
where possible:  
Minimum Slope in  
Sewer Size  
Feet/100 Feet  
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4 inch……………………………………1.20  
6 inch……………………………………0.60  
8 inch……………………………………0.40  
10 inch…………………………………..0.28  
12 inch…………………………………..0.22  
14 inch………………………………......0.17  
(4) A sanitary sewer shall be installed with straight alignment between manholes.  
(5) A manhole shall be installed at the end of each sewer line, at all changes in  
grade, size, or alignment, at all intersections, and at distances of not more than 400  
feet along sewers. A drop pipe shall be provided for a sanitary sewer entering a  
manhole at an elevation 24 inches or more above the manhole invert. A cleanout may  
be substituted for a manhole at the end of a lateral not more than 150 feet in length.  
The flow channel through a manhole shall conform in slope and shape to that of the  
sanitary sewers.  
(6) A sanitary sewer shall be designed to prevent damage  
superimposed loads. Proper allowance for loads on the sanitary sewer shall consider the  
width and depth of trench. When standard strength sewer pipe is not sufficient, extra  
strength pipe or special construction technique shall be used.  
(7) Leakage tests shall be specified by the engineer for sewer construction.  
Leakage outward or inward shall not exceed 200 gallons per inch of pipe diameter per  
mile per day.  
(8) There shall be no connection between a mobile home park or seasonal mobile  
home park water system and a sanitary sewer. A sanitary sewer or individual sewer  
service line shall not be laid within 10 feet horizontally of a waterline.  
(9) Where a sanitary sewer line crosses a waterline, there shall be a minimum of  
12 inches of clear vertical isolation distance between the two. Where conditions require  
less vertical isolation, the sanitary sewer line shall be encased in concrete for 5 feet each  
side of the crossing. One full length of waterline shall be centered over the  
sanitary sewer crossing.  
(10) A mobile home sanitary sewer service connection shall incorporate a p-trap  
installed at a sufficient depth to prevent freezing. The p-trap and riser pipe shall be  
constructed of cast iron or schedule 40 plastic pipe. The riser shall terminate not less  
than 4 inches above final grade and shall be located not closer than 5 feet from a  
water service riser. A riser shall be securely capped when not in use.  
(11) A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be served by a  
common sanitary sewer system.  
(12) A site in a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be provided  
with an individual sewer connection.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3332 Design of sewage treatment facilities.  
Rule 32. (1) When a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park sanitary  
sewer system is not connected to a municipally owned sanitary sewer system, a  
sanitary sewerage system approved by the health department shall be provided.  
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(2) The publication entitled "Recommended Standards for Sewage Works," 1978  
edition, as published by the Great Lakes-upper Mississippi river board of state  
sanitary engineers, shall be used as a standard for the design of sewage treatment  
facilities. These standards are available for inspection at the health department offices  
in Lansing and Escanaba and are available for purchase at the Michigan Department  
of Public Health, P.O. Box 30035, Lansing, Michigan 48909, and from the Health  
Education Service, P.O. Box 7283, Albany, New York 12224, at a cost of $1.75.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3333 Certified operator.  
Rule 33. A sewage treatment and disposal system other than septic tank-  
subsurface disposal systems shall be under the supervision of an operator certified  
pursuant to Act No. 245 of the Public Acts of 1929, as amended, being §323.1 et seq.  
of the Michigan Compiled Laws or Act No. 98 of the Public Acts of 1913, as amended,  
being §325.201 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws.  
History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3334 Wastewater discharge.  
Rule 34. (1) A person proposing to discharge treated wastewater to the waters of  
the state shall comply with the provisions of Act No. 245 of the Public Acts of 1929, as  
amended, being §323.1 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws.  
(2) A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park sewage disposal system  
other than a septic tank subsurface disposal system of less than 10,000 gallons per  
day shall be under permit from the water resources commission.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3335 Operation and maintenance of sewerage systems.  
Rule 35. (1) The owner of a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park  
shall designate a certified operator to be in charge of the day-to-day operation  
and maintenance of each treatment and disposal facility and shall notify the  
health department in writing of the designation, including the address and  
telephone number thereof. The operator shall be certified by the water resources  
commission as required by section 6a of Act No. 245 of the Public Acts of 1929, as  
amended, being §323.6a of the Michigan Compiled Laws, or by the department of  
natural resources, water quality division, under Act No. 98 of the Public Acts of 1913,  
as amended, being §325.201 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws. The certified  
operator shall become fully familiar with all facilities and equipment and shall train  
selected subordinate employees, as appropriate, both before and after the facility starts  
up. The health department shall be provided with the names of designated  
employees. A certified operator is not required for septic tank or  
subsurface disposal systems.  
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(2) Sewerage systems shall be operated and maintained at all times as efficiently  
as possible in a manner that precludes discharges of excessive pollutants, prevents  
creation of a public health hazard or nuisance condition, and complies with all  
discharge permit limitations.  
(3) Each month, the certified operator shall file with the health department, on  
forms prescribed by the health department, operating reports showing the  
effectiveness of the treatment facility operation and the quantity and quality of liquid  
wastes discharged.  
(4) The owner of a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall prepare  
or cause to be prepared an operation and maintenance manual for a treatment and  
disposal system or for an expansion to or modification of an existing sewage treatment  
and disposal system which shall be used by the operator of the facility as a guide  
for facility operation and maintenance. The manual shall describe the function,  
start-up, shutdown, and periodic maintenance procedures for each unit process and each  
item of mechanical and electrical equipment. The appropriate responses or facility  
adjustments to minimize the impact of emergency situations shall be described so  
as to facilitate rapid implementation of a correct response during emergencies. A copy  
of the operation and maintenance manual shall be submitted to the health department for  
review, approval, and filing 60 days before the starting date of the operation. An owner  
of an existing mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall provide the  
operation and maintenance manual not later than 1 year from the effective date of  
these rules.  
(5) If a breakdown or emergency results in the discharge of pollutants from the  
facilities used for collection, transportation, or treatment of wastes, in excess of those  
authorized, the owner shall take all measures necessary to correct the problem and  
eliminate the discharge.  
(6) The owner of a sanitary sewerage system that discharges or permits to be  
discharged excessive pollutants to the water of the state or to the surface of the  
ground as a result of a facility breakdown or emergency shall promptly notify the  
health department, the local health department, and the municipality. The notice shall  
be supplemented by a written report filed with the health department, the local health  
department, and the municipality within 72 hours, outlining the cause, its discovery,  
and the corrective actions taken to minimize adverse impact to the waters of the state,  
to restore facilities to operative condition, and to eliminate the need for future  
diversion or bypass. This rule does not supersede, rescind, or otherwise alter any  
other procedure, rule, or statute pertaining to pollution of the waters of the state.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3341 Floodplain limits.  
Rule 41. A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be well drained.  
A pad, a sewage treatment and disposal system,  
unit, and a park  
maintenance and service building shall be above the elevation of the contour defining  
the floodplain limits for a hypothetical flood having a recurrence frequency of once  
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in about 100 years. No portion of a street that provides access to a site in a mobile home  
park or seasonal mobile home park shall be at an elevation lower than 1 foot below  
the elevation of the 100-year contour.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3342 Design of storm sewer.  
Rule 42. A mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park storm sewer shall  
be designed to comply with the written rules regarding the outlet drainage limitations  
established by the county drain commissioner or applicable drain authority.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3343 Design of storm water drainage system; removal of excess storm  
water runoff.  
Rule 43. The storm water drainage system in a mobile home park or seasonal  
mobile home park shall be designed to remove excess storm water runoff during any  
rainfall having an intensity and recurrence frequency equivalent to a 10-year storm.  
The design storm shall be verified from local rainfall records when available.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3344 Hydraulic grade line.  
Rule 44. The established hydraulic grade line for a storm water collection  
system based on the requirements of R 325.3342 and R 325.3343 shall be shown on  
the plans. The hydraulic grade line shall not exceed the elevation of the catch basin  
inlet castings or the overflow rim of open drains.  
History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3345 Storm water pumping or retention ponds.  
Rule 45. Storm water pumping or retention ponds may be used in park drainage  
systems. Where storm water pumping or a storm water retention pond is provided, the  
design shall meet the requirements of R 325.3342, R 325.3343, and R 325.3344.  
History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3346 Storm water collection system; design requirements.  
Rule 46. A storm water collection system shall meet or exceed the following  
minimum design requirements:  
(a) A storm water collection pipe shall be not less than 8 inches in diameter.  
(b) A minimum velocity of 2.5 feet per second shall be provided.  
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History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3347 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3348 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3349 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3351 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3352 Transfer and disposal.  
Rule 52. The transfer and disposal of garbage and rubbish from a mobile home  
park or seasonal mobile home park shall be as prescribed by Act No. 641 of the Public  
Acts of 1978, as amended, being §299.401 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws,  
and known as the solid waste management act.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3353 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3354 Incineration.  
Rule 54. The incineration of garbage and rubbish from a mobile home park or  
seasonal mobile home park shall be as prescribed by Act No. 348 of the Public Acts of  
1965, as amended, being §336.11 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws, and Act No.  
641 of the Public Acts of 1978, as amended, being §299.401 et seq. of the Michigan  
Compiled Laws.  
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History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3361 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3362 Pesticides.  
Rule 62. The use of pesticides for the control of insects and rodents in a mobile  
home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be as prescribed by Act No. 171 of the  
Public Acts of 1976, being §286.551 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws, and  
the federal insecticide, fungicide, and rodenticide act of 1972, as amended, 7 U.S.C.  
§136 et seq.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3363 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3371 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3372 Rescinded.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS; 2008 AACS.  
R 325.3373 Maintenance of utility connections.  
Rule 73. (1) The utility connection between the point of connection to the mobile  
home park or seasonal mobile home park utility system and the connection to the  
mobile home shall be considered a part of the park utility system for the purpose of  
maintenance. Upon discovery of the failure or leakage of, or damage to, the  
connection, the park manager shall notify the mobile home owner in writing of the  
need for repair. If the mobile home owner fails to make the necessary repair within 10  
days of receipt of the notice, the park manager shall cause the repairs to be  
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completed and the mobile home owner may be assessed the cost of the repairs as  
an addition to the monthly rental charge.  
(2) The following items shall be included under the provisions of this rule:  
(a) The connecting sewer pipe from the sewer service riser to the mobile home.  
(b) The connecting water service pipe from the water service riser to the mobile  
(c) The connecting electrical service line from the electrical pedestal to the mobile  
(d) The connecting fuel service line from the service meter to the mobile  
(3) If the existing utility connection cannot be repaired, it shall be replaced  
pursuant to R 125.1603 of the Michigan Administrative Code.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3374 Safety equipment.  
Rule 74. The licensee of a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park  
containing facilities in confined spaces, such as sewer manholes, sewage pumping  
stations, septic tanks, and well houses, shall provide safety equipment and training  
necessary to protect the safety and welfare of those personnel maintaining such  
equipment. Depending upon the nature of the hazard, required equipment may  
include, but shall not  
be limited to, toxic gas testing equipment,  
ventilation equipment, protective clothing, and hoists.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3381 Preliminary plan approval.  
Rule 81. (1) A person proposing to construct or increase the number of sites in a  
mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall submit a preliminary plan to  
the municipality, local health department, county road commission, and county drain  
commissioner pursuant to the provisions of section 11 of the act. The preliminary  
plan shall consist of, but shall not be limited to, the following:  
(a) The name and address of the applicant.  
(b) The legal description of the property.  
(c) A plan drawn to scale indicating all of the following:  
(i) The number and size of sites and the location of streets.  
(ii) The proposed location and method of sewage treatment and disposal and  
appropriate supporting data.  
(iii) The source and location of the water supply.  
(iv) The location of access to public roads.  
(v) Drainage provisions.  
(vi) Site features.  
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(2) The local agency may require supporting data necessary to assure compliance  
with local codes and ordinances not in conflict with the act.  
(3) The reviewing agency shall issue an approval in writing stating all conditions.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3382 Health department review of proposal.  
Rule 82. A person proposing to construct a new mobile home park or seasonal  
mobile home park or increase the number of sites in a mobile home park or seasonal  
mobile home park shall submit a copy of each of the following to the health  
department for review:  
(a) An application for review and approval of the project, on a form provided by  
the health department.  
(b) A copy of the preliminary plan as approved by the municipality, local health  
department, county road commission, and county drain commissioner and a copy of  
the preliminary approvals from each agency.  
(c) Final plans and specifications detailing construction in accordance with the act  
and rules. Plans and specifications shall be prepared by an engineer or architect  
registered in Michigan.  
(d) Supportive data to document specific design features.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3383 Plan approval.  
Rule 83. (1) A plan that complies with these rules shall be approved in writing. A  
copy of the approved plans and specifications and a copy of the written approval shall  
be sent to the department of commerce, the local health department, the municipality,  
and the applicant. One copy shall be maintained as a part of the health department's  
records. A copy of the written approval shall also be sent to the engineer or  
architect, county road commission, county drain commissioner, electrical inspector,  
and plumbing inspector.  
(2) Upon receipt of the application for approval, final plans, specifications,  
preliminary approvals, and supportive data, the health department shall review the  
plans for compliance with these rules.  
(3) A plan that does not comply with these rules shall not be approved. The health  
department shall notify the applicant, the engineer or architect, and the department  
of commerce that the plan is not approved and shall cite those aspects of the plan that  
do not comply.  
(a) The applicant may modify the plan as necessary to comply with these rules  
and resubmit the plan to the health department for review.  
(b) A plan that cannot be modified to comply with these rules shall not be  
approved. The health department shall notify the applicant, the engineer or  
architect, the department of commerce, the local health department, the municipality,  
the county drain commissioner, and the county road commission that the plan is denied.  
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History: 1980 AACS.  
R 325.3384 Alterations or modifications.  
Rule 84. (1) A person proposing to alter or modify an existing mobile home park  
or seasonal mobile home park that does not result in an increase in the number of sites  
shall notify the municipality, local health department, county road commission,  
county drain commissioner,  
the department of commerce, and the health  
department of the proposed construction. Notice shall include a description of  
the proposed construction, but need not include construction plans.  
(2) The municipality, local health department, county road commission, county  
drain commissioner, the department of commerce, and the health department shall  
review the proposal and notify the applicant within 30 days of any permit or  
approval requirements. The proposal shall be considered approved if the agencies do  
not respond within 30 days of receiving notice.  
(3) An alteration or modification involving a health aspect or health aspects shall  
not be constructed without written approval of the health department.  
(4) The health department may approve alteration or modification of the health  
aspects of a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park without preliminary  
approval of local agencies in the following situations:  
(a) When alteration or modification is necessary to eliminate a hazard to health or  
(b) When alteration or modification does not substantially alter mobile home park  
or seasonal mobile home park facilities.  
(c) When alteration or modification is proposed as a part of routine maintenance  
of mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park facilities.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3385 Construction approval.  
Rule 85. (1) Construction of mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park  
facilities under the provisions of these rules shall be made pursuant to approved plans,  
unless changes are approved in writing by the health department and the design  
engineer or architect before construction.  
(2) An alteration to a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park that  
involves only health aspects shall not require approval by the department of  
commerce, except as provided in R 325.3384(2). The approval issued pursuant to R  
325.3384(3) shall be authorization to construct.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3391 Initial certification of compliance.  
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Rule 91. (1) A person requesting certification of a new mobile home park or  
seasonal mobile home park, or portion thereof, or an addition to an existing mobile  
home park or seasonal mobile home park shall submit all of the following to the  
department of commerce:  
(a) A request for certification and the application for license.  
(b) An affidavit as prescribed by section 14 of the act. The affidavit shall attest  
that all health aspects are completed pursuant to the approved plans and  
(c) Certification from the state or local plumbing authority that the sewer system  
complies with the provisions of the state plumbing code, being R 408.30701 et seq.  
of the Michigan Administrative Code.  
(d) Certification from the state or local electrical authority that the electrical  
system complies with the regulations of the state electrical administrative board.  
(e) Two copies of the final plans (as built plans) submitted to the department of  
commerce pursuant to R 125.1913 of the Michigan Administrative Code.  
(2) Upon receipt of the required materials and the request for certification  
from the department of commerce, the health department shall arrange an inspection of  
the health aspects of the mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park. Once the  
inspection is completed and the inspection report is received, the health department  
shall review the proposal pursuant to R 325.3393.  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3392 Annual inspection.  
Rule 92. (1) An inspection of a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park,  
as prescribed in section 17 of the act, shall be conducted annually to evaluate health  
(2) An inspection report shall completely document the findings  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
R 325.3393 Certification of status of compliance.  
Rule 93. (1) The initial certification of compliance indicating the park is licensable  
shall be issued by the department of health to the department of commerce if  
materials submitted pursuant to R 325.3391 document that the mobile home park  
or seasonal mobile home park is licensable.  
(2) The status of a mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park shall be  
reviewed annually. The review shall be based upon a completed annual inspection  
report and other pertinent information. The certification issued by the department of  
health shall contain 1 of the following recommendations:  
(a) The mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park is licensable.  
(b) The mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park is licensable, provided  
that certain conditions are met. The conditions shall be listed on the certifications.  
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(c) The mobile home park or seasonal mobile home park is not licensable because  
of items of noncompliance. The items not in compliance with the act or rules shall be  
listed on the certification. The applicant shall  
be notified of the items of  
History: 1980 AACS; 1984 AACS.  
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