Accessory Structures

An accessory structure is any detached structure that is subordinate to the main building and is consistent with the buildings and uses allowed in the zone in which it is located. Examples include (but are not limited to) detached garages, carports, workshops, accessory dwelling units, chicken coops, play structures, play houses, trellis structures, gazebos, outdoor fireplaces, above-ground pools and spas, heat pumps, AC units and pool equipment. To be considered “detached” a horizontal separation of three feet or more between structures (measured eave to eave) is required. For details, see LOC “Detached.”

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