Since 2019, Colorado lawmakers have been strengthening protections for residents of mobile home communities, including laws to increase the number of resident-owned parks in the state. There are less than a dozen in Colorado. Why so few?
Two years ago, Alejandra Chavez was an everyday working mom and a community member of Durango’s Westside Mobile Home Park. But when the park went up for sale, Chavez found her voice as a leader and organizer.