Hope’s Village of SLO and its president Becky Jorgeson are working to build a village of tiny homes like these to provide permanent housing for homeless people. The city is discussing standards that would specify what types of tiny homes on wheels are allowed.
Hope’s Village of SLO and its president Becky Jorgeson are working to build a village of tiny homes like these to provide permanent housing for homeless people. The city is discussing standards that would specify what types of tiny homes on wheels are allowed. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Hope’s Village of SLO and its president Becky Jorgeson are working to build a village of tiny homes like these to provide permanent housing for homeless people. The city is discussing standards that would specify what types of tiny homes on wheels are allowed. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

You could put a tiny home on wheels in your backyard — if SLO approves new rules

August 22, 2018 04:48 PM