Below is a list of some of the regulations on I-ADUs.
- A valid ADU Permit is required before an I-ADU can be rented or leased or offered for rent or lease.
- The I-ADU shall be rented or leased for a time period of at least 30 consecutive days or more.
- The primary dwelling on the property has to be owner occupied.
- The property is limited to one I-ADU.
- There shall be at least one extra parking space on site for the ADU. Parking spaces may not be tandem, or located directly behind another space.
- If the garage of the home is enclosed to create the I-ADU, another garage shall be provided, either attached or detached to the home.
- The exterior of the dwelling may not be changed or altered in a way that would make it appear to not be a single-family home.
- Some properties may not qualify for an I-ADU based on lot size, roadway width or roadway ownership. Please visit the interactive map to verify if your property is eligible for an I-ADU.
- The I-ADU may not be serviced by separate utility meters from the primary dwelling.
Graphic courtesy Erin O'Kelley - Millcreek City