By Travis Rains | Daily Miner
Kingman – City residents could soon see homes in town that are a little smaller than what they’re used to now that Council has approved an ordinance text amendment that will allow for tiny home construction in R-MH-6 and R-2 zoning districts.
Tiny homes have been discussed by the Planning and Zoning Commission since November, and multiple public hearings were held allowing staff to return to the commission with additional information.
The City of Kingman has identified tiny homes as, “A site-built house smaller than 860 square feet in floor area excluding lofts. Tiny homes shall not be smaller than 300 square feet (Tiny Homes are allowed in the R-2 and R-MH-6 Zoning District only).”