Tiny House Friendly: 3⁄10
- Tiny house regulations and codes may vary by city, town, or county.
- Tiny houses on wheels fall under the term ‘travel trailer.’
- A travel trailer refers to a portable vehicular unit mounted on wheels designed to provide temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or travel use.
- They do not require special highway movement permits when drawn by a motorized vehicle, and with a living area of less than 220 square feet, excluding built-in equipment (such as wardrobes, closets, kitchen units or fixtures) and bath and toilet rooms.
- They are not allowed to be used in a city.
- It is unlawful to park on a street or anywhere public.
- Tiny homes are allowed in the case of a disaster.
- Consider asking local zoning offices about installing tiny homes in cities across Missouri such as:
- St. Louis
- Kansas City
- Jefferson City
- Saint Charles
Missouri is another state that hasn’t officially addressed tiny houses. However, in many areas, tiny houses are considered travel trailers. Unfortunately, this classification puts restrictions on tiny homes that make it extremely difficult to live legally.