Rogers City Planners Propose New Zoning for Tiny Homes Sept. 20th, 2019
Growing interest in tiny homes is spurring regional city planners in Northwest Arkansas to create new development codes to accommodate the trend.
Tiny homes, big business in NWA Sept.19th, 2019
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS, Ark. (KNWA) — The Rogers Planning Commission approved a cluster housing proposal allowing more diverse housing, including tiny homes.
Individual tiny homes could be built on a common piece of property, acting as in-between of an apartment and a single family home.
Rogers panel OKs housing proposal allowing tiny homesRogers panel OKs housing proposal allowing tiny homes Sept. 17th, 2019
Ethan Hunter, city planner, said the city’s legal department has reviewed the cluster housing code. The Planning Commission unanimously approved it Tuesday, and the City Council will have to approve the cluster housing code for it to go into effect.
The code would mandate manufactured homes have a porch or awning; have pitched roofs and roofing material of a type customarily used on site-constructed houses; have wheels, axles and hitch mechanisms removed; be placed on a concrete slab or brick skirting; and be compatible and similar in appearance with surrounding site-constructed buildings.
Rogers adapts to ‘tiny homes’ August 26th, 2019
The city is writing rules to allow more tiny homes in Rogers.
Kelso’s neighborhood near downtown was built in 2016 on land zoned for mobile homes. Developers David and Chris Gallo recently tried to do a similar project with 39 homes on about 4 acres about 2 miles west of the existing homes.
New tiny house project could come to Rogers July 18th, 2019