Abandoned Manufactured Homes

The Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service (DEACS) administers the Abandoned Manufactured Homes (AMH) Grant Program through the Solid Waste Management Outreach Program. The purpose of this grant program is to assist counties with implementing abandoned manufactured home clean-up programs. All state statutes relevant to the management of AMHs can be found at AMH Statutes.

Only North Carolina counties are eligible for funding through the AMH Grant Program. The amount of funds a county is eligible for is based on the county's tier designation as determined by the N.C. Department of Commerce. Grant funding may be used to offset the cost to counties for the removal, recycling, and disposal of abandoned manufactured homes. Counties who have never participated in the AMH Grant Program may also apply for a one-time planning grant. 

FY 2021-22 Abandoned Manufactured Home Grant Round - OPEN

The application period for the FY 2021-22 Abandoned Manufactured Home (AMH) grant program is now open for North Carolina counties. Applications will be accepted through December 2, 2021. This is a competitive grant round and applications will be reviewed based on criteria in the AMH RFP Guidelines. Program guidelines and application materials can be found on the Request for Proposals (RFP) at the following links (PDF; WORD).  For more information, guidance, and assistance, contact David Hance at (919) 707-8122.

Additional Information and Resources for AMH Grants

AMH Planning Grants:

Counties designated as Tier 1 or Tier 2 areas may request a Planning Grant of up to $2,500. These funds may be used by a Tier 1 or Tier 2 county to prepare a plan for the management of abandoned manufactured homes and to identify abandoned manufactured homes within their jurisdiction for potential abatement.

Examples of Applications with a Written Plan:

Grant Reimbursement Documents:

Other Resources:

Below are some specific examples of program documents used by counties in implementing an AMH clean-up program.  Tailor these for your county as necessary.