An Interior Renovation describes a Junior ADU which is a residential dwelling unit that provides independent living facilities for one or more persons and the unit is fully contained within the existing living space pf the primary structure. It shall include permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and may have its own sanitation or shared sanitation with the main house. It must have its own separate entrance.
|Maximum Size||Up to maximum of 500 sq ft by State law and must be within the footprint of the existing dwelling.|
|Lot Size||No minimum lot size requirements for an existing legal lot. Any newly created lot must comply with local zoning regulations.|
|Kitchen||Efficiency kitchen with no gas (natural or propane) appliances|
|Bathroom||Toilet, Shower, Sink|
|Occupancy||Owner must occupy for permitting into perpetuity. A deed restriction will be recorded on title.|
|Development and Impact Fees||Junior ADUs (due to being less than 750 sq ft) are not subject to impact fees by law.|
|Homeowners Associations||An HOA must allow construction on separate interest properties. HOAs cannot restrict homeowner from renting out ADU as long as the term is for 30 days or more.|
|Ingress/Egress||Must have separate entrance. You may add up to 150 sq ft to the maximum size limit if it is used exclusively for the purpose of adding ingress/egress.|
Temescal Valley, CA 92883
Help Inland Empire residents take advantage of the State laws that empower them to build small affordable housing solutions on the property they already own. ADUs can help individuals and families address their changing housing needs and can even go so far as to provide them with a supplemental income stream.