Here are two sources of online codes:
- Municodes from the Nation’s leading legal publisher.
- The American Legal Publishing Company provides a free online library of state and municipal codes for most locations. Click on the map to go to the library and chose your state and city. Then search or scroll for descriptions of minimum lot sizes, setback rules, etc.
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Information is available for all states except these 13: AL, CO, ID, KS, LA, MO, MS, ND, NV, UT, VT, WA, WY.
We are just building our “Small House” am I wrong in calling it anything other than small when it’s 512sg feet?? It will have 2 sleeping lofts… We have gone in circles because “City & County rules are completely opposite??? I would sure welcome ANY info. for Golden Valley, AZ 86413 ☺
~Thank You for your time!~
I agree that 512 sq ft is small rather than tiny, but it’s a matter of opinion. Some people think of a tiny house as one that is under 600 feet; some say 400 sq ft or less.
I’m not sure what you mean by the city & county rules are completely opposite. In what way? And are these written rules or only what different people have told you? If you send me the specifics I’ll try to help 🙂