Tiny Footprint Expo
Central Coast Tiny House & Net Zero Expo October 11-13 2019
Tiny Homes on Wheels Legal in San Luis Obispo!
Finally, a tiny house expo in a city where they are allowed & encouraged by local government as an affordable housing/sustainability solution! The first annual Tiny Footprint expo at the Madonna Meadows event site will showcase tiny homes that meet the city's new ordinance plus community partners in sustainable mobility, food and energy. More info 805-215-5474
SmartShare Housing Solutions partners with the City of San Luis Obispo and 33 other tiny house & sustainability organizations to bring you the Tiny Footprint Expo on October 11-13 2019
Net Zero Village Free seminars all day with talks from builders, city planners, sustainability experts, tiny living lifestyle speakers and more. E-bike demonstrations and tours by BikeSLO County.
Tiny House Tours Come tour homes from local and national builders! You've seen the videos, now experience them in person--you'll be even more amazed at how livable and comfortable they feel.
Build Workshops Building your own home is one of the most empowering experiences you can have--learn skills and an overview of the construction process at workshops during the Expo.
Featured Tiny House Builders at Tiny Footprint Expo 2019
Tour tiny homes on wheels by these great builders, plus more to be announced! Have a tiny home you'd like to show? Give us a call at 805-215-5474.
Interested in sponsoring this important community event? Download the sponsorship info sheet and form below. Please submit vendor form for approval before making fee payment if you wish to have a booth at the expo but are not interested in sponsorship. Call us for more info 805-215-5474
Tiny Footprint Expo Premier Community Partners
Ecologistics is a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to create a resilient and healthy community for the residents of the California Central Coast that is environmentally and economically sustainable. SmartShare Housing Solutions is thrilled to partner with Ecologistics on this important community event.
SLO City's goal of carbon neutrality by 2035 is the most ambitious municipal goal in the nation. The SLO Climate Coalition was formed by a group of individuals and organizations to help residents take action to achieve this goal.
How can we get there? "This means reducing greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change by increasing the use of renewable energy from clean sources like the sun and wind. Then we must phase out the use of fossil fuels like gasoline in cars and natural gas in buildings. Finally, we plan to strive for zero waste and store as much carbon as we can in our trees and soil."