The Milton City Council heard the first reading of the Tiny Homes Ordinance on at the Milton City Council meeting on August 11, 2020. The Tiny Homes Ordinance proposes language providing numerous changes to the city’s Unified Development Code, including variations to the minimum living space (smaller than the city’s current requirements of 900 square feet), and setback requirements.
If approved, these homes would only be allowed in the R-3 Multi-Family District and R-U Rural-Urban District. The proposed language also provides for specific design standards for tiny homes and tiny homes subdivisions, including the provisions of enhanced landscaping, parking, open space requirements above the normal residential subdivision requirements.
The second reading of the Tiny Homes Ordinance will take place at the Milton City Council meeting on September 8, 2020.