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A mobile/manufactured home not already located within Marlboro County which was manufactured prior to July 15, 1976 or not manufactured to HUD construction and safety standards "SHALL NOT" be moved into Marlboro County. A mobile/manufactured home already existing within Marlboro County and manufactured prior to July 15, 1976 may only be moved by county regulations. Please review Marlboro County Ordinance # 628 to find the regulations for Mobile/Manufactured Homes. These regulations will be strictly enforced by the Marlboro County Codes Enforcement Officers. At the bottom of the page are helpful links for contractors and homeowners regarding Mobile Homes.
Begin by reading our ordinance # 628 to find out if your mobile home fits with the guidelines of allowable mobile/manufactured homes to be moved into our county. If you are still in doubt, please call Janilla Williams at (843) 479-5602 ext. 10. Next, you must obtain a moving permit (no exceptions) from the County or State you are currently housed in. Call your local Codes Office to find out what you will need to take with you to obtain the permit. Once you have moved the mobile home into Marlboro County, the mobile home must be registered at our Codes Enforcement Office within 15 business days of moving.
Any mobile home moved from one site to another inside the county requires a MOVING PERMIT - remember to review our Ordinance for regulations on older mobile homes to be moved. To obtain a Moving Permit, you must bring the following information to the Codes Enforcement Office:
Addressing - to obtain a new address on property where no address exist, please call 479-5602 ext 20 and give precise directions to the property.
Lot Requirements and Set Backs - Outlined in the following PDF that can be downloaded and printed: Lot Requirements and Setbacks (pdf)
Any newly established mobile home, single family home, or building found to be violating the above requirements is subject to being moved or demolished at the owners expense.
To register a Mobile Home in Marlboro County, you must bring the following information to our office:
Cost to Change Ownership of mobile home is $60.00
Cost to De-title mobile home is $25.00
Before electricity can be approved for connection - the mobile home must be inspected. Please click here for a check list of what will be inspected or verified. If you call for an inspection before all criteria is met, you will be charged for additional inspection fees for return visits.
Ownership Changes Only - If Mobile Home is staying in same location, please bring the following information to the Office to register in your name: