Legal Parking Option for THOWs Comes to Flagstaff, AZ

New Mobile Home Parking to Include Tiny House Lots Developer, Hope Construction signed a contract with city to build a mobile home park on an undeveloped piece of land. Of the 30 future lots, six will be dedicated for tiny houses on wheels. Lot rents expected to run $500-$600/month. Learn More

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City of Bend, OR Considers Allowing THOWs as ADUs

The city of Bend is actively looking into zoning language that would allow movable tiny houses as residences in accessory dwelling situations. There has been pressure on the city to come up with a solution after a young family was recently informed they had a mere ten days to vacate their tiny house on wheels.…

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City of Corvallis, OR Passes Tiny House Friendly Code

The Corvallis City Council unanimously passed new code language Monday that will make it easier for developers to place ‘tiny houses’ on residential lots. “We’re proud to say our (tiny house) owner and advocate, Nathan Watson, has played a big role in helping get these changes pushed through. One step at a time, we’ll get…

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Routt County, CO Approves Tiny House Building Code

Update 3/1/19: Routt County Adopts IRC Tiny House Appendix Q As a big step toward allowing their first tiny house on foundation community, Routt County adopted the IRC Appendix Q. Additionally, they also released an informational handout about how to gain a building permit and planning/zoning considerations for various forms of tiny housing. Local advocate and…

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San Luis Obispo, CA APPROVES Movable Tiny Houses as ADUs

The Ripple Effect of Tiny House Acceptance Continues Across California San Luis Obispo becomes the second California city to approve movable tiny houses, aka tiny houses on wheels, as accessory dwelling units. In effect as of March 5, 2019. Apply HERE. They follow in Fresno’s footsteps, as documented in Living Tiny Legally, Part 1. This is…

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Tiny House Subdivision Comes to Bend, OR

Bend’s first tiny house subdivision, The Hiatus, is now open. It was developed by local tiny house builder, Tongue & Groove Homes. The community consists of 22 lots for 400-500 square foot tiny homes on foundation, under the local cottage housing development code. Tour the model home, 12-4pm, every Thursday–Saturday Each house is being sold…

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Oregon Reach Code Creates Tiny House Building Guidelines

OR Reach Code with Alternative Building Standards for Tiny Houses, NOW In-Effect & Influencing Local Land Use Codes The new Oregon Reach Code is a voluntary set of standards with a section dedicated to tiny houses. These are can be utilized in place of state building codes, by a DIYer or pro-builder. It requires building…

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Lyons, CO Approves Movable Tiny Houses as ADUs

9 THOW Permits NOW Available in Lyons, CO Tiny houses first came to Lyons, a charming little city in Boulder County, by way of the WeeCasa tiny house hotel. Shortly after, local advocates and a new city planner recognized them as an opportunity to increase affordable housing stock. Simblissity Tiny Homes was one of the…

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