Tiny House Trend Prompts Pima County, AZ to Change Zoning Laws

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Trying to get ahead of the national tiny-house trend, Pima County has released new permitting regulations for homes under 400 square feet.

For zoning, such homes with a permanent foundation will be allowed in any area where single-family dwellings are currently allowed. Those built on a chassis with suspension and axles removed “will be treated as factory-built buildings” and those with a mobile chassis will be treated as trailers, both of which have more restrictive zoning requirements, according to a summary of the policy on the county’s website.

3 Responses to Tiny House Trend Prompts Pima County, AZ to Change Zoning Laws

  1. Courtney says:

    Yay Tucson! I was super excited to hear this in our local news. Hopefully we’ll start seeing some tiny home communities soon!

  2. This is very beautiful home for a single family. I hope that it will start in our local area to live with happiness…..

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