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Movable Tiny Houses NOW Legal as ADUs in Los Angeles!!!

12/12/19 Update: Movables Tiny Houses as ADUs in LA NOW Legal! After years of advocacy and many starts and stops, victory has been achieved. The second-largest city in the US finally approved movable tiny houses as ADUs. The positive ripple effect caused by this historic success story will be huge, locally, and across the nation.…

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Support Appendix Q Adoption in Boulder, Colorado

Boulder City Council is Considering Appendix Q Adoption Voice your support by sending in comments and attending the 12/17 city council meeting! This will be the second reading of the tiny house Appendix Q by the Boulder City Council, as it considers adoption. For more details on this effort, read this post from the Tiny…

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Tiny Homes for Camp Fire Survivors, From Destruction to Hope

A Story of Resilience, Hope & Love After Historic Destruction Community hero, Alyssa Nolan-Cain, builds tiny houses, with donations and volunteers, for those who lost everything in the Camp Fire. It was California’s most destructive and deadly fire, destroying 14,000 homes. Over, 1,000 families still haven’t been able to secure even temporary housing. Alyssa felt called…

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Intriguing Tiny Homes & Initiatives at Fresno Tiny House Expo

DIY Design Inspiration for All We recently had the pleasure of participating in the Fresno Fall Home Show and Tiny House Expo in one of the first places where you can live tiny legally—Fresno, California. Watch our documentary, Living Tiny Legally Part 1, to learn more. Besides sharing lessons, we learned from traveling 55,000 with…

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Tiny House Day at Florida State Capital

The United Tiny House Association is organizing the first-ever Tiny House Day at the Florida State Capital! Hear from the different parties and individuals who are both involved in the multiple efforts for making tinies legal and more accessible across Florida. Also, tour an extra tiny structure. Important note: No single piece of Legislation, Bill,…

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Sacramento Mayor Calls for Tiny House Acceptance & Mass Production

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg wants to spend 30 million to jumpstart the rapid production of tiny homes. Mayor Steinberg sees tiny housing as an opportunity to quickly and more affordable address dire housing shortages, sky-rocketing costs, fire devastation, and the expansive homeless population. “My hope is that with a little bit of financial incentive, hopefully…

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