Can parking for an Accessory Home be waived?

Parking for an Accessory Home may be waived in any of the following instances:

a. The Accessory Home is located within one-half mile of public transit, including transit stations and bus stations.

b. The Accessory Home is located within an architecturally and historically significant historic district.

c. The Accessory Home is part of the existing primary residence or an existing accessory structure.

d. When on-street parking permits are required but not offered to the occupants of the ADU.

e. When there is a car share vehicle located within one block of the ADU.

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1. Where are Accessory Homes allowed?
2. Is a permit required for a new Accessory Home?
3. Can an Accessory Home be sold separately from the primary residence?
4. Can an Accessory Home be rented?
5. What is the maximum size an Accessory Home can be?
6. Can I add a “tiny home” as an Accessory Home?
7. Can a portion of an existing house, garage or other accessory structure be converted to an Accessory Home?
8. Can an Accessory Home be constructed above or attached to a garage?
9. Is parking required for an Accessory Home?
10. Can parking for an Accessory Home be waived?
11. What is a Junior Accessory Home?
12. What is the difference between an Accessory Home and a Junior Accessory Home?
13. Where are Junior Accessory Homes allowed?
14. Is a permit required for a new Junior Accessory Home?
15. Can a Junior Accessory Home be sold separately from the primary residence?
16. What is the maximum size a Junior Accessory Home can be?
17. Is parking required for a Junior Accessory Home?
18. What if my HOA does not allow an Accessory Home?
19. How many accessory homes can I build on my property?
20. Can I build an accessory home in North Lake Tahoe?
21. What is the minimum lot size required for an accessory home?