Minnesota Tiny Home News
Duluth Proposes Tiny House Zoning Changes Sept. 9th, 2019
City staff has now drafted proposed language changes in the zoning ordinance that would designate Tiny Houses as fixed in place permanent dwellings while Tiny Houses on Wheels would be temporary buildings similar to recreational vehicles or travel trailers.
The amendments will go before the Planning Commission this week and the City Council in October.
Duluth may open door for tiny houses Sept 6th, 2019
At present all dwellings built in Duluth must be at least 20 feet wide, but that requirement could be dropped. On Tuesday, Planning Commission members will consider a proposal that would loosen the code, potentially allowing “tiny houses” into Duluth’s mix of residential options.
The change could significantly expand local housing opportunities, said Adam Fulton, interim director of Duluth’s planning and development division.
Minnesotans still seek affordable housing but are unsure tiny house trend is the answer Sept. 2nd, 2019
The predicted tiny house boom in Minnesota has been just that — tiny.
“To date, no one (in Minnesota) has responded to the tiny house market in any sort of viable, reasonable or comprehensive way,” said Jay Nord, general contractor at Singular Inc., and an affordable housing advocate.
CITY OF DULUTH PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Duluth Planning Commission will have a meeting and conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, September 10, 2019, starting at 5:00 PM August 23rd, 2019
PL 19-107 UDC Text Amendment Related to Tiny Houses and Small Lot Development
PL 19-108 UDC Text Amendment Related to Accessory Structures, Tree Preservation,
Craft Brewing and Distilleries, Temporary Structures and Shipping Containers
Four-house development receives commission OK July 20th, 2019
What was first going to be a tiny home village of rental properties has now transitioned into a small home village of single family homes that requires a conditional use permit (CUP) recommended by the Pipestone Planning Commission, with final consideration before the Pipestone City Council.
Duluth Considers Tiny Home Zoning Changes June 25th, 2019
Many people consider things like tiny homes or shipping containers turned into houses as ways to live with a smaller footprint. The city of Duluth is considering changes to zoning for those types of houses.