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    • Washington Accessory Apartments Statute

      §43.63A.215
      by: State of Washington
      Washington state law requires all counties planning under the Growth Management Act, counties with populations over 125,000, and cities with populations over 20,000 to adopt zoning standards that conform to the state’s model accessory dwelling unit ordinance.
      Washington
    • Florida Accessory Dwelling Units Statute

      §163.31771, 2011
      by: State of Florida
      Florida state law authorizes all localities with a shortage of affordable rental housing to adopt an ordinance that permits accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in all areas zoned for single-family residential use.
      Florida
    • Hawaii County Zoning Statute

      §46-4, 2015
      by:
      Hawaii state law authorizes all counties to adopt zoning standards that permit two single-family dwellings on any lot where a residential dwelling unit is permitted.
      Hawaii
    • New Hampshire Planning and Zoning Statutes

      Revised Statutes §§672–678, Amended 2018
      These statutes belong to the Accessory Dwelling Units, Capital Improvements Programming, and Transfer of Development Rights collections.
    • Vermont Planning and Development Act

      23 V.S.A. §§4301–4498, Amended 2018
      These statutes belong to the Accessory Dwelling Units, Capital Improvements Programming, Home Occupations, and Transfer of Development Rights collections.
    • Oregon Comprehensive Land Use Planning Statutes

      Revised Statutes §§197 and 197A, Amended 2017
      Oregon requires most localities to permit one interior, attached, or detached accessory dwelling unit (ADU) by right for reach existing or newly constructed single-family detached dwelling.
    • Rhode Island Zoning Enabling Act

      General Laws §45-24-27 et seq., 2017
      by:
      Rhode Island state law authorizes cities and towns to protect scenic views, establishes a transfer of development rights program, and specifies conditions for localities to permit accessory dwelling units.
    • California Planning and Zoning Statutes

      Government Code §§65000–66301, Amended 2019
      by:
      These statutes belong to the Accessory Dwelling Units, Capital Improvements Programming, Environmentally Sensitive Areas, Planning and Zoning Enabling Laws, and Scenic View Protection collections.

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