Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are backyard cottages of between 250 and 1,000 square feet.
An accessory dwelling unit is a small permanent home that may be established in addition to the main dwelling on a parcel zoned for residential use. Accessory dwelling units may be attached or detached from the main dwelling.
Most residential zoning districts allow one accessory unit unless there is a "Z" (Accessory Unit Exclusion) overlay zoning on the property.
Can be rented for long-term occupancy, but cannot be used as a vacation rental.
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