San Jose Took A Major Step To Approve Movable Tiny Homes

Ordinance Approval Will Permit  Movable Tiny Hames  As Habitable Accessory Dwelling units (ADU).

Statement From Dan Fitzpatrick, President Of THIA

Awesome news from the City of San Jose, California’s third-largest city!

San Jose City Council took a major step to approve Movable Tiny Homes as ADUs! Today was the first reading of The ordinance, modeled after the LA City ordinance.  The ordinance has to go through another reading and will then become law by the end of May.
The Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ordinance approval permits Movable Tiny Hauses as permissible and permanently habitable accessory dwelling units (ADUs).
Movable tiny homes are being accepted in California’s largest cities and provide a model for other cities around the country. The City of San Diego will hear a similar ordinance at its Planning Commission on the 16th of April and Humboldt County will act on it this spring.


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