SEC. 16-465.1.  TYPES OF ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS.
   An accessory dwelling unit is classified as one of the following nine types:
   (A)   Type 1: New detached accessory dwelling unit-only structure with or without garage. Purpose and intent: Development of an accessory dwelling unit in a new structure fully separate from the existing or proposed primary dwelling unit involving no conversion of existing structures or attachments to the existing structures. All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing or proposed primary dwelling unit.
   (B)   Type 2A: Conversion of an existing detached legal accessory structure to an accessory dwelling unit. Purpose and intent: Conversion of an existing detached garage or accessory structure to an accessory dwelling unit with no changes to or attachment to the primary dwelling unit. All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing primary dwelling unit.
   (C)   Type 2B: Conversion of a primary dwelling unit's attached garage to an accessory dwelling unit. Purpose and intent: Conversion of only the primary dwelling unit's attached garage to an accessory dwelling unit with no conversion of the primary dwelling unit area or attachment to the primary dwelling unit. All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing primary dwelling unit.
   (D)   Type 2C: Conversion of existing non-residential structure to a primary dwelling unit with an accessory dwelling unit. Purpose and intent: Conversion of an existing non-residential structure to a primary dwelling unit with an internal or detached accessory dwelling unit. The project could include an addition. All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing structure.
   (E)   Type 3: Accessory dwelling unit attached to an existing primary dwelling unit. Purpose and intent: New construction of an accessory dwelling unit attached to the existing primary dwelling unit with no conversion of the primary dwelling unit interior living area. All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing primary dwelling unit.
   (F)   Type 4: Accessory dwelling unit fully within an existing primary dwelling unit. Purpose and intent: Conversion of only the existing primary dwelling unit habitable areas to create an accessory dwelling unit involving no attachment or conversion of attached or detached garage(s). All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing primary dwelling unit.
   (G)   Type 5: Junior accessory dwelling unit. Purpose and intent: Conversion of existing primary dwelling unit habitable area (i.e. bedroom) to a small junior accessory dwelling unit. All construction is to occur on the same legal parcel as the existing primary dwelling unit.
   (H)   Type 6: Conversion of multifamily non-habitable areas. Purpose and intent: Conversion only of existing multi-family structure non-habitable areas (i.e. passageways, attics, and/or garages) to one or more accessory dwelling units, and allows not more than two detached accessory dwelling units, with the total accessory dwelling units not to exceed 25% of the existing number of multi-family units in the structure within the same project area. Junior accessory dwelling units are not allowed in multi-family structures.
   (I)   Type 7: Mixed accessory dwelling unit types 1 to 4. Purpose and intent: Development of an accessory dwelling unit that is a mix of types 1, 2A, 2B, 2C, 3, and/or 4 with an existing or proposed primary dwelling unit on one legal parcel. A junior accessory dwelling unit is allowed as a separate type 5 application.
(Ord. No. 2984)