Conditional Use – Accessory Dwelling Unit
Arment Accessory Dwelling Unit (Conditional Use)
Petition Number: PLNPCM2021-00899
Existing Zoning: R-1/5,000 Single Family Residential District
Council District: District 5, Represented by Darin Mano
The property owner, Jean Arment is requesting conditional use approval for a 15-foot tall, 420-square-foot detached accessory dwelling unit (ADU) that will be located in the northeast corner of the property at 1167 Sherman Avenue. The subject property is approximately 0.13 acres (5,663 square feet) in size and is located in the R-1/5000 zone. This zone is a single-family residential district, where ADU’s that are separate from the primary structure must be processed as a conditional use.
What is an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)?
An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is a complete secondary residential unit that can be added to a single-family residential lot. ADUs can be attached to or part of the primary residence or be detached as a separate building in a backyard or a garage conversion. An ADU provides separate living space including a kitchen, bathroom, and its own entryway.
The ADU will be located at the northeast corner of the property at 1167 Sherman Avenue.
- Notice of this application has been sent to the East Liberty Park Community Council Chair, where the property is located, who may choose to schedule the matter at an upcoming meeting. Information regarding community councils can be found at http://www.slcdocs.com/recorder/RCOMasterList.pdf.
- Notice has also been sent to property owners and residents within 300 feet of the project.
- Notified parties are given a 45-day period to respond before a public hearing with the Planning Commission can be scheduled. During and following this comment period, the Planning Division will evaluate the proposal against the applicable standards, taking into consideration public comments as they relate to the standards, and develop a recommendation for the Planning Commission.
- The Planning Commission will then hold a public hearing for additional public comments and make the final decision on the matter.
- If the Planning Commission approves the request, the applicant will be able to submit a building permit for the project, which would be reviewed by the Building Services Division.
Public Comments and Questions
We want to hear from you! To submit a comment or question please contact the staff planner via email or leave a voicemail, your questions will be answered within a week after the comment period has ended.
- Start of Public Comment Period: September 21, 2021
- End of the Public Comment Period: November 5, 2021
Diana Martinez, Principal Planner // firstname.lastname@example.org // 385-395-9030
During and following this comment period, the Planning Division will evaluate the proposal against the applicable zoning standards, taking into consideration public comments as they relate to the standards, and develop a recommendation for the Planning Commission.