Mobile Home Rent Review Commission
Established by initiative of the voters of the City of Hemet (PDF) in 1979, duties as outlined in the Hemet, Municipal Code.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Commission shall from time to time as requested by the City Manager or upon the filing of a petition as described in the Municipal Code. The commission reviews the following items:
- To receive, investigate, and hold hearings upon the petitions of mobile home tenants
- To adopt, promulgate, amend and rescind administrative rules to effectuate the purposes and policies of the division.
- Review of rent increases as outlined in (Ordinance Number 772; Code 1984, § 3405)
Commission Members and Terms
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The commission consists of five members appointed by the City Council to 3 year terms. The Commission shall be made up of one mobile home park owner, one mobile home park renter and three "at large" residents who do not live in mobile home rental parks. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply. Please contact the City Clerk's Office for more information at (951) 765-2395.
Contact the Commission/ Submit Public Comment
The Mobile Home Rent Review Commission may be contacted as follows:
General Office Phone: (951) 765-2395
Mail or hand-delivered correspondence:
City Hall, City Clerk's Office
445 E. Florida Avenue
Hemet, CA 92545
In person: At any public meeting. Refer to agenda date, time and location. Comment accepted on agenda items before action is taken. Special meetings may limit comment to agenda topics only.
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Assigned Staff to Mobile Home Rent Review Commission
The City Manager assigns staff resources to assist the committee with the discharge of its duties. The City of Hemet staff assigned is:
John Paul Maier
The commission meets by request only to discharge the responsibilities of the Commission. Meeting locations will be noted on all Commission agendas. Notices for the meetings will follow the Ralph M. Brown Act. Agendas will be posted online and at City Hall. Public attendance is welcome.