Are tiny houses in Navasota’s future? That was a question City Councilman Geof Horn asked during a recent session, as he revealed that the idea’s been on the Planning and Zoning Commission’s mind.
Horn told Council that by ordinance, the city allows nothing less than 750 square feet, and yet, apparently tiny houses are becoming the rage, so the discussion has begun.
Tiny houses have apparently become the most popular where space is at more of a minimum, Horn said, but so far as our local Planning and Zoning is concerned, one of their main problems defining just what a tiny house is.
Tiny house have lately become so popular nationwide, Horn said, that there are three different TV shows about them.
Horn also recalled that Sara Korpita wanted to develop an entire subdivision of tiny house before finding out that they are not allow in Navasota right now.
But they may well be, Horn went on, depending upon what the Planning and Zoning folks decide. And as they make that decision, Horn said they’d appreciate hearing from any citizens of Navasota who have an opinion.
City Manager Brad Stafford said the best bet for doing that would be to get in contact with the city’s Lupe Deosdato at 936-825-6475, and he will pass your thoughts along for you.