In a Tiny Town

Vacant land can be sustainably developed for affordable housing. 

Objectives

In a nutshell, our objective is to increase the availability of affordable housing, by creating a network of Tiny Towns where THOWs can legally exist.

We believe a national plan with guidelines that ensure consistent construction and operation of all Tiny Towns is a sensible way to implement this objective.

When a municipality amends bylaws to accommodate tiny homes and makes the commitment to support the development of a Tiny Town, they are leveraging the most economical way available to increase affordable housing.

The Tiny Town Association's plans are to:

  • Build Tiny Towns within commuting distance of key cities across Canada.
  • Use a modular design so that each town can expand as demand increases.
  • Incorporate sustainable resources using the latest technologies to lessen environmental imapct.
  • Use medium housing densities to provide common space as well as green space.
  • Build common areas into each "neighborhood" to encourage community interaction.
  • Provide water, sewer, natural gas, electricity, highspeed internet, TV at each site.
  • Provide buildings space and support for town-based enterprises.
  • Provide space for town-based agricultural projects and enterprises.
  • Continue to expand the amenities in Tiny Towns to meet the needs of its citizens.

  • If you would like to become an advertiser on our Festival billboards and website, select the button above and create an account. If you currently are an advertiser and would like to access your account, select the button above and log in.

  • If you would like to book a booth to become an Exhibitor in one or more Tiny Town Festivals - The Affordable Living Show, select the button above and create an account. If you currently are an advertiser and would like to access your account, log into the site.

  • TodayToday109
    YesterdayYesterday180
    This WeekThis Week607
    This MonthThis Month2126
    All DaysAll Days139283
    Launched: August 15, 2017


    • Online Users: 0
    • Offline Users: 175
    • Guests: 274


Latest Post

13 November 2018
Community First! Village's model for ending homelessness emphasizes the stabilizing power of social connections. by MEGAN KIMBLE There are a lot of things that Richard Devore likes about the 250-square-foot tiny home he's lived since early last year....

 

Product Sponsors