They’re popping up along alleyways and in back yards – smaller homes called granny flats, in-law suites or accessory dwelling units (ADUs). This housing type has made a huge comeback in the wake of new city and state rules governing the size and location of ADUs. To some, ADUs are an exciting way to create new housing options and leverage property. To others, ADUs are confusing, even concerning.
What’s allowed and what’s not? How much do they cost? Can lots be split? What about parking?
When: Wednesday, March 8th, 6:15 pm – 8pm
Where: Brazilian Center for Cultural Exchange of Sacramento, 2420 N Street
Who: City planning staff will present on ADU regulations and resources and answer questions; midtown residents who have built ADUs will discuss their experiences with pros/cons. Open to the public and refreshments will be provided.
This event is hosted by the Midtown Neighborhood Association (MNA) with the Newton Booth Neighborhoods Association (NBNA), with presentations by the City of Sacramento’s Planning Department, and ADU Resource Center.