Milton (City), Florida
|Name||Tiny Home Subdivisions|
|Zoning Districts||Rural-Urban (RU) and Multi-Family (R3)|
|Municipal Code||Unified Development Code; Article 17 – Subdivision Standards; 17.10 - Tiny Home Subdivision|
|Authority||Planning and Development Department|
A tiny home subdivision may be categorized as either a Major Tiny Home Subdivision or a Minor Tiny Home Subdivision.
- Major Tiny Home Subdivision. Constitutes a subdivision of land into three (3) or more lots, parcels, tracts, tiers, blocks, sites, units or any other division of land, whether improved or unimproved and includes the establishment of new streets and required infrastructure. Subdivision of land must be in in accordance with Section 17.4.
- Minor Tiny Home Subdivision. Constitutes a subdivision of land containing not more than three (3) lots abutting upon an existing dedicated street with permanent pavement and other required infrastructure improvements. A minor Subdivision of land must be in in accordance with Section 17.5.
All regulations can be found in Article 17.10 (code link above).
Planning & Development
6738 Dixon Street
Milton, FL 32570
Updated: April 2021 – Loran
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Building Code — Legislation that speaks to how to construct a tiny house.
Zoning Code — Legislation that speaks to how the lot will be used.
ADU — Accessory Dwelling Unit
DMV — Division of Motor Vehicles
IB — Industrialized Buildings
IRC — International Residential Code
PUD — Planned Unit Development
RV — Recreational Vehicle
SF — Single Family Dwelling
T — Transitional Housing
UDO — Unified Development Ordinance
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