An Ada County Court could soon make a decision on how tiny homes are regulated in cities.
Ada County District Judge Jason D. Scott ruled today that Chasidy Decker’s lawsuit challenging the City of Meridian’s law on tiny homes would move forward. However, the court denied Decker’s motion for emergency relief, which would have allowed her to stay in her tiny home during the legal fight.
Meridian city code 11-3A-20 states:
“No motor vehicle or trailer including, but not limited to, travel trailers, fifth wheels, recreational vehicles, mobile tiny houses and/or motor coaches, shall be used as a residence or as living quarters except within an approved recreational vehicle park. No recreational equipment, including, but not limited to, tents, tepees, yurts, and/or huts, shall be used as a residence or as living quarters.”