Tiny House Regulations Update For 2020

There’s plenty of good news in the tiny house world as we head into a new decade. Many states and local governments have adopted supportive Tiny House Regulations in the past few years, and the positive forward momentum shows no signs of slowing. As the popularity of tiny houses grows, … Read More

Tiny House Building Code Myths

In the Tiny House and Shed to House Conversion world, I continue to see the same question daily about tiny house building codes: Can I legally put a Tiny House or Shed House on my property? Unfortunately the only accurate answer is Maybe. State and local codes vary drastically, so … Read More

Roswell, New Mexico Tiny House Ordinance

Dec. 12th, 2019- The city of Roswell, New Mexico has defined and have amended zoning to allow tiny homes. Tiny homes on a foundation will be required to be constructed according to 14.73.28 Appendix Q (Tiny Houses) NMAC(New Mexico Administrative Code ). Residential Mobile Home/Tiny Home Subdivisions Districts will allowed … Read More

Tiny House Regulations Wyoming

Tiny house regulations and codes vary by city, town, or county. Casper, WY: Tiny houses on foundations are defined as “efficiency dwelling units” and require a living room of not less than 220 square feet of floor area if the living room and bedroom are joined. Separate living room and … Read More

Tiny House Regulations Wisconsin

Tiny house regulations and codes vary by city, town, or county. Madison defines tiny houses on wheels that are no more than 150 square feet as “portable shelters.” Dane County allows accessory dwelling units (ADUs) that are no more than 800 square feet. Tiny houses on foundations can be classified … Read More

Tiny House Regulations West Virginia

Tiny house regulations and codes vary by city, town, or county. Jefferson County permits accessory dwelling units (ADUs) that are a maximum of 1700 square feet. Parkersburg, West Virginia considers Tiny (Small Home) Pocket Community While tiny houses may be a solution in disasters such as flooding; tiny house regulations … Read More

Tiny House Regulations Virginia

Tiny house regulations and codes vary by city, town, or county. Staunton County allows tiny homes with a minimum of 200 square feet. Virginia Beach does not have specific ordinances for tiny houses, but will treat them like any other residential space if they meet the state building code. Tiny … Read More

Tiny House Regulations Vermont

Tiny house regulations and codes vary by city, town, or county. Burlington permits tiny houses as accessory dwelling units (ADUs) with no minimum square footage. Brattleboro, Vermont – The Brattleboro Land Use Regulations has an equal treatment of housing section that says that, “Mobile homes, modular homes and prefabricated homes are … Read More

Tiny House Regulations Utah

Tiny house regulations and codes vary by city, town, or county. Washington County minimum square footage is under 300 feet. Tiny houses on foundations are allowed in residential areas as long as they are hooked up to utilities. Tiny houses on wheels are classified as park model recreational vehicles. Salt … Read More

Tiny House Regulations South Dakota

Tiny house regulations and codes may vary by city, town, or county. Spearfish, South Dakota: A permanent tiny house on foundations that is building code compliant is permitted in all residential zoning districts in Spearfish. A temporary tiny house on wheels can be located on any commercial campground in Spearfish. … Read More