All Parks Alliance for Change is the statewide organization for Minnesota’s 180,000 manufactured home park residents. APAC provides a vehicle for manufactured home owners to express their needs and concerns in their parks and in the larger community. Through education, grassroots organizing and leadership development, APAC works with residents to improve the quality of life in park neighborhoods, protect the rights of park residents, advance public policy change that supports safe, affordable, and stable park communities, and preserve this vital source of affordable housing.


Stand Up for Your Family, Home and Community!

Recent APAC News:

Manufactured Home Relocation Trust Fund - 2015 Legislative Proposal

Manufactured Home Relocation Trust Fund
2015 Legislative Proposal

Talking Points


  • The Manufactured Home Relocation Trust Fund was established in 2007.
  • It replaced 22 local ordinances adopted over a 20 year period.
  • It provided uniformity and universal coverage and de-politicized park closings.
  • It was passed with the support of residents, park owners, and the League of MN Cities.
  • It is funded by a $12 annual fee paid each year by home owners and a fee of up to $3,250 (single section) and $6,000 (multi-section) per home paid by the park owner at closing.
  • Benefits are provided for either moving costs or a home buyout.

APAC's "Bowling for Affordable Housing"

05/16/2015 - 4:00pm
05/16/2015 - 6:00pm

Free Bowling from 4pm - 6pm
Free Bowling Shoe Rental
Silent Auction!
Make a Pledge!

When: May 16th, 2015
Where: Park Tavern Bowling and Entertainment Center; 3401 Louisiana Ave. S, Saint Louis Park
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

BOWLERS MUST RSVP by May 9th, 2015 by either calling (651) 644-5525, or e-mailing

UPDATED: An Open Thank-You Letter to Our Supporters

An Open Thank-You Letter to:
F.R. Bigelow Foundation,
Greater Minnesota Housing Fund,
Minnesota State Bar Foundation,
St. Paul Foundation, St. Paul Foundation's
Management Improvement Fund, AND
Otto Bremer Foundation

Thank you, Katherine!

Katherine Nguyen joined APAC for Fall 2014 as a Community Organizer/Tenant Advocate through the HECUA program. She just successfully completed her semester with us and will be returning to her studies at the University of Minnesota to get her degree in Family and Social Science.

"Before You Sign: A Consumer's Guide to Mobile Home Parks in the Twin Cities"

Welcome to “Before You Sign: A Consumer’s Guide to

Mobile Home Parks in the Twin Cities”

Download a Copy

Read the Press Release

Support APAC on "Give to the Max Day" -- November 13, 2014!

11/13/2014 - 12:00am

"Give to the Max Day" is November 13th!

Help APAC and manufactured home park residents around the state.

Why should you give?

Here are some great reasons:

Residents, before APAC started in 1980,…

  • Didn’t have to be given a written lease
  • Could be evicted without cause
  • Faced the possibility of monthly rent increases of ANY amount
  • Could be asked to leave their home without compensation if a park closed!
  • Did NOT have the legal right to speak out & organize in their communities!

Voting and Election Information

Get Out and Vote on November 4!

What You Need to Know About Voting:

Statewide Park Resident Conference (APAC Annual Member Meeting)

11/01/2014 - 12:00pm
11/01/2014 - 2:00pm



Statewide Park Resident Conference
• Vote on APAC’s 2015 Legislative Agenda
• Ask an attorney about your legal rights
• Learn successful strategies to: handle bad park managers, organize your neighbors & buy your park

Saturday, November 1, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Maplewood Public Library
3025 Southlawn Drive in Maplewood, MN 55109

FREE FOOD! – Meet Residents from across MN – DOOR PRIZES!

Rush Line Corridor

What is the Rush Line Corridor?

The Rush Line corridor is an 80 mile distance between Hinckley and St. Paul slated for increased public transit service. The 24-member Rush Line Corridor Task Force has been assembled to examine the options available to expand transit based economic development, community preservation, and environmental protection. The Rush Line Corridor ultimately connects suburban communities and rural cities with metropolitan areas.

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