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.

REGISTRATION FORM: APAC's 2022 Annual Meeting for Members

APAC is a park resident-led organization. On October 15, we will hold our Annual Meeting for members and you can attend, either in-person or online, to get useful information and to help make important decisions for the organization, including picking our 2023 Legislative Agenda. The meeting will be held both in-person at Park Plaza Cooperative (Fridley, MN) as well as hosted on Zoom, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Learn about:

  • Your Legal Rights & How to Enforce Them
  • How to Apply for Rental Assistance or Home Rehab Funds
  • How to Buy Your Park

Vote on possible 2023 Legislative Issues such as:

  • Rent Increase Justification Requirements
  • Resident Park Purchase Rights
  • Reform of Park-Provided Utilities


06/10/2021 - 6:30pm
06/10/2021 - 8:00pm


Thursday, June 10, 2021
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

RSVP to:

Meeting Presentation Slides
Resident Association Info
Manufactured Home Park Handbook


Do you have questions about manufactured home park evictions in Minnesota?

Join us for a webinar on Thursday, August 13 that will discuss the current eviction moratoriums, the eviction process, legal assistance for individuals facing evictions and more!

We are offering two different times to attend this webinar! You have the option of joining either by logging in online or calling in by phone. To attend a session, click on the time that works for you to fill out the brief registration and get information on how to join:

APAC's Legislative Alerts!

Contact the Governor and Your Legislators today
to protect Manufactured Home Owners!

In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, the U.S economy has suffered major disruptions. Federal, state and local governments have responded in a variety of ways. Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Governor Tim Walz declared a Peacetime Emergency and issued an executive order suspending evictions. And the Minnesota Legislature approved $330 million to address the impacts.

However, Minnesotans especially manufactured home park residents are still at risk of losing coronavirus relief benefits, not being able to pay their rent, and even losing their homes. We need you to act today and contact Governor Walz and your state legislators about these important issues:

• Stop Debt Collectors from Seizing Stimulus Checks

Millions of Americans are expecting stimulus checks from the federal government to help cover basic necessities, at a time when many have lost income and been denied the opportunity to earn a living. These payments should start arriving in people’s bank accounts next week.

However, debt collectors are eager to garnish these payments. States and local governments can protect these payments through executive orders, court orders, or legislation to stop new garnishment orders, halt enforcement of existing garnishment orders, and clarify that stimulus payments are exempt under existing state law.

The best model order to date was issued by the Las Vegas Courts. States as different as Massachusetts and Texas have also halted garnishments.

Contact Governor Walz and your legislators today!

• Suspend Manufactured Home Foreclosures (i.e. Repossessions)

Governor Walz’s executive order suspended home loan foreclosures, but not for all homes. If you are buying a manufactured home, the seller can still start a repossession action to take it back and force you out. Manufactured home owners should be protected from foreclosure, too!

Contact Governor Walz and your legislators today!

• Extend Rental Assistance to Residents of Manufactured Home Park

The federal CARES Act provided the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) with an additional $17.4 billion for rent assistance, housing vouchers, public housing, and housing for the elderly. Rental assistance for park residents is considered an appropriate use of these funds but the state government has to approve it.

Contact Governor Walz and your legislators today!

• Provide 60-day Grace Period after Eviction Moratorium

Once the Peacetime Emergency and the stay at home order ends, lives will begin to return to normal and people will begin returning to work. However, people will not automatically regain lost income and will not immediately catch up on past due rent. If no additional action is taken, we are facing a tsunami of evictions and displacements after the current eviction moratorium is lifted.

There should be a 60-day grace period after the peacetime emergency is lifted to pay overdue amounts, apply for Emergency Assistance, and/or vacate without fear of an eviction action being placed on their record.

Contact Governor Walz and your legislators today!

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