1 dpd Department of Planning and Seattle Permits Development CAM Client Assistance Memo 116A part of a multi-departmental City of Seattle series on getting a permit Establishing an Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Updated May 12, 2011 This Client Assistance Memo (CAM) explains the requirements and process for establishing attached accessory dwelling units (also called ADUs or mother-in-law units) in owner-occupied single family homes citywide and in rowhouse and townhouse development in lowrise zones. Please see CAM 116B, Establishing a Backyard Cottage (Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit), for information about backyard cottages. What is an ADU? An ADU is a room or set of rooms in a single-family home in a single-family zone or a rowhouse or townhouse in a lowrise zone that has been designed or configured to be used as a separate dwelling unit and has been authorized/established by permit. ADUs generally include living, sleeping, kitchen and bathroom facilities and have a lockable entrance door. For more information, see CAM 606, Illegal Dwelling Units; DPD Director s Rule 7-83, Determining the Existence of a Dwelling Unit for Purposes of Code Enforcement; and Director's Rule 10-95, Attached vs. Detached as Applied to Accessory Structures and Uses. What requirements must be met to establish an accessory dwelling unit? 1. In all eligible zones, an ADU may be established only if it meets all of the following: The home must be occupied by one or more owner(s) of the property as a permanent and principal residence. The owner may live in either the main or accessory unit and must have a 50 percent or greater interest in the City of Seattle Department of Planning & Development property (SMC 23.84A.028). The owneroccupant must live in the structure for more than six months of each calendar year. The owner is allowed to receive rent for the owneroccupied unit. ADU owners must sign and record an owneroccupancy covenant with King County prior to receiving an ADU permit. Unless all residents of both units are related to each other, the total number of residents in both units may not exceed eight. A single-family or lowrise zoned lot may have no more than one accessory dwelling unit (either ADU or backyard cottage). 2. In addition to the provisions in number 1, above, in single-family zones, an ADU may be established only if it meets all of the following: An ADU is limited to an area of 1,000 square feet in the single-family structure. A unit in a single-family home may exceed the maximum size if the structure was in existence prior to June 1, 1999, and if the entire accessory unit is located on the same level. Only one entrance may be located on each front or street side of the residence unless more than one entrance on a front or street side existed as of Jan. 1, 1993, or DPD determines that topography, screening or other design solution de-emphasizes the presence of a second entrance. In sleeping rooms located in buildings constructed after Aug. 10, 1972, or in rooms converted or established for sleeping purposes after August 10, 1972, there shall be at least one operable window or exterior door approved for emergency escape or rescue. The window or door must be operable from the inside. All emergency escape windows shall have a minimum net clear opening of 5.7 square feet (grade floor openings allowed to be 5 square feet), a minimum net clear openable height dimension of 24 inches, and a minimum net clear openable width th Avenue, Suite 2000 P.O. Box Seattle, WA (206) Printed on totally chlorine-free paper made with 100% post-consumer fiber
2 DPD Client Assistance Memo #116a Establishing an Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) page 2 dimension of 20 inches. The window must have a finished sill height not more than 44 inches above the floor. The sill height may be measured from the top of a constructed step with a riser of not more than 7 inches. The ADU must meet current standards of the Seattle residential, building, mechanical, electrical and energy codes as required for a two-family dwelling (duplex), except for existing common walls, only the altered elements shall comply with dwelling unit separation requirements. Conversion of a space or structure to a residential use requires full compliance with the Seattle Energy Code. Electrical circuit breakers and fuses and a heat source and its temperature controls shall be located in the dwelling unit that they serve or in common areas accessible to all occupants. Except in designated urban villages and urban centers, one off-street parking space is required for the ADU. An existing required offstreet parking space may not be eliminated to accommodate an accessory dwelling unit, unless it is replaced elsewhere on the lot in conformance with regulations. (See exceptions on next page.) 3. In addition to the provisions in number 1, above, in lowrise zones, an ADU may be established only if it meets all of the following: An ADU is limited to an area of 650 square feet. The gross floor area of the accessory dwelling unit may not exceed 40 percent of the total gross floor area in residential use on the lot, exclusive of garages, storage sheds, and other non-habitable spaces. The entrance to the ADU in a principal structure must be through the primary entry of the principal unit, through a secondary entry on a different façade than the primary entry to the principal unit, or on the same façade as the entry to the principal unit provide the unit to the ADU is less visually prominent. Exterior stairs providing access to an ADU may not exceed 4 feet in height, except stairs serving units above a garage. Parking is not required for an ADU in a lowrise zone. Are there any exceptions to these requirements? Parking A waiver of the requirement for the parking space for the ADU in a single family zone may be granted if topography of the site or structure location makes it unduly burdensome to provide it. For information on applying for a parking waiver, see CAM 117, Parking Waivers for Accessory Dwelling Units. There is no parking requirement for ADUs if the property is located within a designated urban village or urban center or any lowrise zone. Temporary owner absence If DPD determines that the owner has violated owner-occupancy requirements, the owner shall: 1) reoccupy the structure, 2) remove the ADU, or 3) submit evidence showing good cause, such as job dislocation, sabbatical leave, education or illness for a waiver of this owner-occupancy requirement to allow up to three years' absence from the Puget Sound region. What are the process, cost and submittal requirements for establishing a unit? To begin the process of establishing an ADU, you must first complete and submit a preliminary application, in person or by mail, to the DPD Applicant Services Center (ASC): Location: 20th floor of Seattle Municipal Tower 700 Fifth Ave. Mailing Address: 700 Fifth Ave., Suite 2000 P.O. Box Seattle, WA Phone: (206) The Preliminary Application is available from the Applicant Services Center or online at gov/dpd/publications/forms. DPD will then confirm the legal description and address of your home and assign you a project number. Before your intake appointment you will need to prepare three sets of plans, including a DPD coversheet, site plan, and floor plans (of the entire building, not just the accessory unit) and energy calculations. For a new structure or if there are changes to the building envelope, you will also need to provide elevations. New structures or additions also require full plan sets, including framing plans, foundation plans, sections, etc. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This Client Assistance Memo (CAM) should not be used as a substitute for codes and regulations. The applicant is responsible for compliance with all code and rule requirements, whether or not described in this CAM.
3 DPD Client Assistance Memo #116a Establishing an Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) page 3 Your plans must clearly identify where new work will be done to create the accessory unit. For information on plan requirements, see CAM 103, Site Plan Requirements, CAM 106, General Standards for Plans and Drawings, CAM 303, Applicant Responsibilities and Plan Requirements for Single Family and Two- Unit Dwelling Units, and CAM 303A, Common Seattle Residential Code Requirements. You must also complete the attached application form, fill out, notarize and record the owner-occupancy covenant (also attached), and complete any relevant waiver form(s). Bring your application material to the ASC for screening by a permit leader. If your material is complete, you will be scheduled for an intake appointment. At the intake appointment, you will need to pay a permit intake fee and a plan review fee based on the value of the work to be done. You must record your owner-occupancy covenant with the King County Department of Records and Elections where it will become part of the title records for your property. Bring the original to DPD to complete your permit application. Your permit application and plans will be reviewed for conformance with City of Seattle codes, and you will be notified of plan corrections you need to make and of decisions on any waiver requests. You will need to pick up your plans from the ASC and make necessary changes and resubmit them for review. What happens when a lot with an accessory dwelling unit is sold? If the new owner intends to continue maintaining an accessory unit, whether or not it is occupied by tenants, they must adhere to the owner occupancy requirements, which are recorded on their property title. If the new owner chooses to discontinue use of the accessory dwelling unit, the owner will have to remove features which make it a separate unit. See CAM 606, Illegal Dwelling Units, for more information. What if a unit is created without a permit? If DPD receives a complaint about an illegal accessory dwelling unit, the department may inspect and cite the owner with a Notice of Violation. The owner will be required to legalize the illegal unit. In addition, the owner may be subject to penalties as provided in Section , , and of the Seattle Land Use Code. How can you learn more about establishing an accessory dwelling unit? Visit the DPD Applicant Services Center (ASC), located on the 20th floor of Seattle Municipal Tower at 700 Fifth Ave., and sign in to speak with a staff member. You may also speak with staff by phone by calling (206) Once your plans are approved, your permit will be issued at the DPD permit issuance desk in the ASC. There will be no public comment period and no appeal opportunity to the Hearing Examiner or City Council. As the work indicated on your plan proceeds, you must call the DPD regulating construction program at (206) for required inspections. When work is complete, call the inspector and request a final inspection. When the final inspection approval is granted, a tenant may occupy the accessory unit. What other permits are required? A separate electrical permit from DPD will be needed for any electrical work. Generally, when ADUs are established electrical circuits must be altered. Unless the property owner is performing all electrical work, the electrical contractor must apply for the electrical permit, which can be obtained in the ASC. Contact the department s electrical technical backup at (206) for information and assistance. Access to Information Links to electronic versions of DPD Client Assistance Memos (CAMs), Director's Rules, and the Seattle Municipal Code are available on the "Publications" and "Codes" pages of our website at Paper copies of these documents, as well as additional regulations mentioned in this CAM, are available from our Public Resource Center, located on the 20th floor of Seattle Municipal Tower at 700 Fifth Ave. in downtown Seattle, (206) LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This Client Assistance Memo (CAM) should not be used as a substitute for codes and regulations. The applicant is responsible for compliance with all code and rule requirements, whether or not described in this CAM.
4 DPD Client Assistance Memo #116a Establishing an Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) page 4 THIS PAGE LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This Client Assistance Memo (CAM) should not be used as a substitute for codes and regulations. The applicant is responsible for compliance with all code and rule requirements, whether or not described in this CAM.
5 City of Seattle Department of Planning and Development Application to Establish an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU or Backyard Cotttage) CHECK ONE OF THE BOXES BELOW: Applying to create a new accessory dwelling unit Applying to legalize an existing unauthorized unit. As reflected in King County real estate records, I purchased the lot on which the unauthorized unit is located less than one year ago, and am submitting proof of this purchase. (No penalty) Applying to voluntarily legalize an existing unauthorized unit. The applicant may be subject to civil penalties until the permit process is completed. Project Number Address Owner Daytime Phone # Assessor s Parcel Number Submit this form along with required plans and other documents. Parking Waiver Request, if necessary Not located within a Residential Parking Zone (RPZ) Located within a RPZ; parking waiver study included Name(s) of Tenant(s) Phone: Phone: Phone: Owner Occupancy Covenant, completed, notarized, recorded; original to DPD. Date Unit was Created (to best of your knowledge): Value of Construction Work Needed to Legalize Unit: Copy of the Contractor s Registration/Lien Law Form (completed) Copy of Agent s Authorization Letter from Owner (if agent) Applicant s Name Applicant Signature Date received Date signed Relationship of applicant: (circle one) owner, agent, architect, contractor, engineer Receipt # (PLEASE PRINT) Date of receipt For DPD Use Only (must be completed) Urban Village / Urban Center Application Parking Parking Waiver Granted # of Parking Spaces Provided Unit Square Footage Detached (BYC) Yes No Yes No Yes No space space Attached (ADU)
6 DPD Client Assistance Memo #116a Establishing an Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) page 6 THIS PAGE LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This Client Assistance Memo (CAM) should not be used as a substitute for codes and regulations. The applicant is responsible for compliance with all code and rule requirements, whether or not described in this CAM.
7 INSTRUCTIONS FOR OWNER OCCUPANCY COVENANT The Cover Sheet, Covenant and Exhibit A must comply with the Standard Formatting Requirements for Recording Documents document. These requirements can be found at: Do not fax this document because the fax header will contaminate the top border. Outlined below are some of the basic requirements. 1. Type or print clearly in black ink and have a clear 1-inch border on all four sides. 2. Complete the Washington State Recorder s Cover Sheet. List your project number as the Reference Number and list all owners as the Grantor(s). Fill in the abbreviated legal description and the tax parcel number. 3. On the first page of the Covenant for Owner Occupancy, fill in the full legal name of all owners on the first blank line and the complete street address of the property on the second blank line. 4. Each owner must sign the bottom of page 1 in the presence of a Notary Public, and have the Notary complete page 2. If there are more than two owners, make copies of page 2 and have the Notary complete them as needed. 5. Type or clearly print in the box on Exhibit A the full legal description of the property. 6. Prior to recording, bring the covenant to DPD for review by the planner associated with your project. 7. Bring the reviewed covenant to King County for recording and return a copy of the recorded document with recording number stamp to DPD to receive your permit.
8 Return Address: City of Seattle - Dept. of Planning & Development th Ave., Suite 180 Seattle, WA Please print or type information WASHINGTON STATE RECORDER S Cover Sheet 65.04) (RCW Document Title(s) (or transactions contained therein): (all areas applicable to your document must be filled in) 1. COVENANT FOR OWNER OCCUPANCY Reference Number(s) of Documents assigned or released: Project number: Grantor(s) (Last name, first name, middle initial) Additional names on page of document. Grantee(s) (Last name first, then first name and initials) THE CITY OF SEATTLE Legal description (abbreviated: i.e. lot, block, plat or section, township, range) Additional legal is on page of document. Assessor s Property Tax Parcel/Account Number Assessor Tax # not yet assigned The Auditor/Recorder will rely on the information provided on the form. The staff will not read the document to verify the accuracy or completeness of the indexing information provided herein.
9 COVENANT FOR OWNER OCCUPANCY This Covenant for Owner Occupancy ( Covenant ) is entered into by the undersigned owner(s) of real property legally described in Exhibit A hereto, in favor of The City of Seattle as required for the issuance to the owner(s) of a permit allowing the construction and/or use of an accessory dwelling unit on the property described in Exhibit A hereto ( the property ). agree(s) as follows: 1) That he/she/they are the owner(s) of the property located in Seattle, Washington at, and legally described in Exhibit A, and that there are no other owners; 2) That he/she/they applied for a permit to construct and/or use an accessory dwelling unit on the property pursuant to Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) and make(s) this covenant as required by SMC ; 3) That the owner(s) of the property will restrict the use of the principal and accessory dwelling units on the property in compliance with the requirements of SMC ; 4) That an owner with at least a 50 percent interest in the property will occupy either the principal dwelling unit or the accessory dwelling unit for six or more months of each calendar year as the owner s principal residence, unless a waiver has been applied for and granted by the City of Seattle Department of Planning and Development (DPD); 5) That if the owner(s) of the property are unable or unwilling to fulfill the requirements of SMC for owner occupancy, then the owner(s) will remove those features of the accessory dwelling unit that make it a dwelling unit, as determined by DPD, including but not limited to removing electrical and plumbing fixtures and connections; 6) That this covenant shall run with the land and be binding upon the property owner(s), his/her/their heirs and assigns, and upon any parties subsequently acquiring any right, title or interest in the property; 7) That the undersigned owners and their heirs, successors and assigns will inform all prospective purchasers of the property of the terms of this Covenant; and 8) That this Covenant will be recorded by the owner(s) in the real estate records of the Office of Records and Elections of King County as a deed restriction, prior to issuance of the permit allowing construction and/or use of an accessory dwelling unit on the property. Owner Owner Owner Owner
10 Page 1 STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ) COUNTY OF KING ) On this day of, 20, before me, a Notary Public in and for the State of Washington, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared, personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be the person who executed this instrument and acknowledged it to be a free and voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes mentioned in the instrument. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunder set my hand and official seal the day and year first above written. (signature) (print or type name) NOTORY PUBLIC in and for the state of Washington, Residing at, My commission expires, Page 2
11 EXHIBIT A TO OWNER OCCUPANCY COVENANT COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROERTY SUBJECT TO COVENANT: LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
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