Re: [shs-talk] Re: Anyone know how I find out about zoning?
Did you read the previous two sentences? Seattle and portland have Dadu zoning and lots of wheeled units are on private land or in friends and family yards.Other areas allow the same. I do not assume your area is though.Thus the first sentence.Rob
--- On Tue, 8/31/10, books72001 <books72001@...> wrote:
From: books72001 <books72001@...>
Subject: [shs-talk] Re: Anyone know how I find out about zoning?
Date: Tuesday, August 31, 2010, 4:02 PM
Not every county will let you park a house on wheels on your own land.
Our county does not allow it. Just try and someone will turn you in.
Most of the RV parks are now gone. After Hurricane Charlie in 2005
wiped out most of them, the county changed the zoning. Bye, bye
trailer/RV courts. Don't assume anything.
--- In email@example.com, rob crissinger <robcrissinger@...> wrote:
> Pick a place and ask! Â SWÂ IdahoÂ is pretty wide open and should work.TheÂ nÂ Seattle has DADU zoning Â Â PortlandÂ andÂ surroundingÂ has tiny house friendly areas.Build it on wheels and you can park it on your own land.Contrary to the above post a lot of rv parks won't allow tiny houses on trailers some even restrict rvs to ten years or newer to keep out theÂ riffraff.Eastern Wa has lots of open land for a small home.
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