Can I have an accessory dwelling unit or mother-in-law apartment in or detached from my home?

Detached accessory dwelling units are prohibited in the City. 

Single unit dwellings west of 4000 West are eligible to include one internal accessory dwelling unit, so long as specific requirements are met. 

Accessory dwelling units or mother-in-law apartments are not allowed on any property zoned for single unit dwellings east of 4000 West, which includes the RB zone, RE zone, all R-1 zones and all A zones. 


 


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1. What is the zoning on my property?
2. What uses are allowed in a particular zone?
3. I would like to build a detached garage or shed. What zoning regulations apply?
4. I would like to add a patio cover to my house. What zoning regulations apply?
5. I would like to add an attached garage to my house. What zoning regulations apply?
6. Can I rent out my basement?
7. Can I have an accessory dwelling unit or mother-in-law apartment in or detached from my home?
8. What are the requirements for home occupations or home-based businesses?
9. How much parking is required for a particular use?
10. How tall can my fence be?
11. How many pets can I have?
12. Where can I find your design standards?
13. I have agricultural zoning on my property. How many animals can I have?