2019 Tiny Footprint Expo
Thanks to everyone who made our 2019 tiny house expo a success--we're grateful to our volunteers, vendors, builders and especially our sponsors, for your participation. See photos below for some great memories.
In 2020, SmartShare Housing Solutions and Tiny House Consulting will be following up on our big expo event with a series of focused workshops designed to help folks understand the new options for accessory dwelling units and move forward with taking action to add a tiny house on wheels or foundation-built ADU to their property. We'll also have plenty of opportunities for the public to get a close look at tiny homes on wheels as options for simpler, more affordable living spaces. Keep an eye on our Events page and on the Tiny House Consulting page for more info on upcoming events.
With gratitude for the generosity and support of our 2019 Event Sponsors
Premier Community Partners: Ecologistics, SLO Climate Coalition
Platinum Sponsors: Madonna Inn, Bridge Street Inn, SLO Food Co-op, Bike SLO County, City of San Luis Obispo, Modular Lifestyles, Housing Trust Fund SLO County, Tiny Fest California, Elevation Tiny Homes, Cozy Rollers, Central Coast Tiny Homes, American Tiny House Assn, Operation WEBS, Hope's Village of SLO, San Luis Obispo Guild Hall, Tiny House Basics, Pacific Energy, American Planning Assn Central Coast, Far Out Tiny Homes
Gold Sponsors: Testerman Construction
Silver Sponsors: Controller-on-Call, RRM Design Group, Solstice Green Directory, Davies Company Real Estate, American Marborg, Farm Supply Co, Whalebird Kombucha, SLO Pedal Taxi, Bliss Cafe, The Main Co, Coastal Peaks Coffee, County of San Luis Obispo
Bronze Sponsors: Wallace Group, NOAH Certified, Semmes & Co. Builders, PEAK Racks, Coast Hills Credit Union, SunWork Renewable Energy Products, Mackey & Mackey Insurance
Tiny Homes on Wheels Legal in San Luis Obispo!
The first legal tiny house on wheels to move into a SLO City backyard was backed into its new home on August 13th. The tiny homeowner and yard homeowner are pioneers in a new program to improve access to affordable, sustainable housing by utilizing existing resources (city backyards).