The following applies to Accessory Dwelling Units, Junior Accessory Dwelling Units, and Efficiency Dwelling Units:
- Accessory dwelling units are allowed in the R-HS, R-R, R-L, R-S, R-M, R-H, R-O, and R-P zones.
- An accessory dwelling unit shall not be located on any parcel already containing a dwelling unit that is non-confirming with respect to land use or density, or developed with a duplex, triplex, apartment, planned development, or condominium. No more than one accessory dwelling unit shall be located on a parcel.
- An accessory dwelling unit may be within, attached to, or detached from the primary dwelling unit. A detached accessory dwelling unit may take the form of a manufactured home on a permanent foundation. If detached, the accessory dwelling unit shall be separated from the main dwelling unit a minimum of 10 feet.
See the Accessory Dwelling Unit Requirements.
For additional information or to discuss a particular location, contact the Planning Department.