MENDOCINO CO., 6/13/19 — Mendocino County has released a pair of free architectural plans for accessory dwelling units — also known as ADUs, in-law, or granny units — that are available to county residents. So if you’re looking to build an in-law unit on your property, and you know how to do the work but just need a set of plans, the county’s got you covered.
One plan is for an 816 sq ft two bedroom unit, with one bath, and the other is a three bedroom, two bath 1,120 square foot home.
The plans were developed by architects, engineers, and designers contracted by the county. You can check them out at the offices of Planning and Building Services in both Ukiah and Fort Bragg.
Here’s all the details from the county’s press release:
The Mendocino County Department of Planning and Building Services is pleased to announce the completion of two different sets of free Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) plans (also known as granny, in-law or second units) available to Mendocino County residents. The County commissioned architects, design professionals, and engineers to prepare two ADU designs with a range of sizes and features. The smaller ADU is an 816 square foot, 2 bedroom, 1 bath home, and the larger model ADU is an 1,120 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home.
Press release from Mendocino County on June 13, 2019.
The plans are available for review at Planning and Building Services at 860 North Bush Street in Ukiah or at 120 West Fir Street in Fort Bragg. Stop by to see the plans and ask staff about fees, setbacks, parking, lot coverage, and other regulations specific to your property.
For more information, please contact Planning and Building Services at (707) 234-6650 or [email protected].