Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) are small dwelling units up to 1,200 square feet.
An ADU is a small permanent home that may be established in addition to the main dwelling on a parcel zoned for residential use. ADUs may be attached or detached from the main dwelling.
Most residential zoning districts allow one ADU unless the property has the "Z" (Accessory Dwelling Unit Exclusion) overlay zoning district.
ADUs can be rented for long-term occupancy, but they cannot be used as vacation rentals.
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