Enhance resilience of manufactured homes

Consider regulatory changes to enhance resilience of manufactured homes to climate hazards, including flooding, extreme temperatures, indoor air quality, and high winds

Page 410: "The State should review current safety codes and standards related to manufactured homes (including mobile homes) and consider the need for additional regulation, incentives or guidance to enhance resilience to climate hazards, particularly flooding, thermal extremes, indoor air quality, and high winds. As feasible, resilience programs for manufactured homes should be coordinated with programs to improve energy efficiency and access to sources of renewable energy."