Do I need to provide parking for the ADU?

One parking space (tandem, covered, or uncovered) is required on the property, in addition to the parking required for the main residence/unit(s), except if any of the following apply: 

  • Within one-half mile of public transit;
  • Within an architecturally and historically significant historic district;
  • In an area where on-street parking permits are required but not offered for the ADU;
  • When converting an existing garage to an ADU, the displaced parking does not need to be replaced; or
  • Within one block of a city-approved and dedicated parking space for a car share vehicle.

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1. What is an ADU/JADU?
2. Can I have an ADU on my property?
3. How many ADUs can I have on my property?
4. How big can an ADU/JADU be?
5. Do I need to get a building permit for an ADU?
6. What are the setbacks for an ADU?
7. Can I convert my garage into an ADU?
8. What is the maximum height of an ADU?
9. Do I need to provide parking for the ADU?
10. Am I required to pay impact fees (e.g. sewer, water, school district) for an ADU?
11. Can zoning regulations, like the Hillside Height Overlay, prevent me from building an ADU?
12. Does my ADU have to match the design of my house?
13. Are ADUs allowed in high fire hazard areas?
14. What is the first step I need to take to get an ADU?