Mobile-home residents of Roadrunner Lake Resort kicked out of park after lease expires

Mobile home in North Phoenix / File photo

By Claire Rafford | Arizona Republic

A long-standing mobile-home park near Scottsdale closed permanently last Sunday, as hundreds of residents left the place they thought would be their home for decades.

Some of the mobile-home owners are suing, accusing park managers of lying about how many years Roadrunner Lake Resort would be open, as affordable mobile-home parks across the Valley close in favor of new development.

Now the 55-and-older community appears abandoned, seemingly at a moment’s notice, with furniture and clothes left behind and dozens of empty homes remaining.

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