§ 153.055  ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS (ADU).
   (A)   A lot may have one primary dwelling unit and once accessory dwelling unit.
   (B)   On a lot where there are two dwelling units present, any deeds must remain with one owner in perpetuity. This does not mean any given owner must continue to hold the deeds in perpetuity, but means that any given owner must sell or otherwise transfer all deeds at once. It is prohibited to sell or otherwise transfer only one deed.
   (C)   ADUs shall not be more than 400 square feet or less than 200 square feet, nor have more than two bedrooms.
   (D)   All setback requirements that apply to the principal dwelling unit also apply to the ADU.
   (E)   The minimum distance between the principal dwelling unit and the ADU must be at least 15 feet.
   (F)   ADUs must be placed on a permanent foundation.
   (G)   There must be at least one parking space provided for the ADU in addition to the parking required for the main dwelling unit.
   (H)   ADUs shall comply with the requirements of any applicable housing or building codes.
   (I)   ADUs shall comply with all other requirements for dwelling units contained in this Zoning Code unless specifically stated in this section.
   (J)   Any other appropriate or more stringent conditions deemed necessary by the Planning Commission to protect the public health, safety, and welfare, and character of the neighborhood may be imposed.
   (K)   ADUs shall be considered residences, not accessory structures.
   (L)   Application for a permit for an accessory dwelling unit shall be made to BOZA in accordance with established conditional use permit procedures. All general zoning permit application procedures are also applicable.
(Ord. 2021-153, passed - -)  Penalty, see § 153.999