Accessory Dwelling Units

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houseAn Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a second, smaller dwelling that can be built on a property already occupied by a single-family home or an apartment building. ADUs provide independent living for one or more people, including permanent facilities for living, sleeping, eating, cooking, and sanitation. ADUs must have an exterior entrance and be placed on a permanent foundation. New state laws that went into effect in 2020 make ADUs easier to develop.

Please be aware that ADUs cannot be used as vacation rentals (i.e., rented for less than 30 days) per City Municipal Code and State Government Code regulations.

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