Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU)
An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is a complete secondary residential unit that can be added to a single-family residential lot. A complete residential unit includes a living space/bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and shower facilities.
In Logan City, internal ADU's which are ADUs that are located within the primary structure of a single-family home are permitted in certain areas of Logan that meet minimum requirements. ADUs are only permitted in owner-occupied homes.
The link below provides a map that shows areas of Logan where ADUs are permissible. Single-family homes in the permitted area must meet additional requirements, such as owner-occupancy, minimum lot size, and parking, to permit the establishment of an ADU.
ADU ELIGIBILITY MAP
ADU Factsheet and Application:
Please download the ADU Factsheet and Application if you are interested in applying for an ADU in Logan City. The factsheet includes information regarding minimum lot and building requirements and provides contact information for Logan City Departments that are involved in the ADU review process. For new ADU's, a building permit will be required along with the ADU application and other application materials.
DECLARATION OF OWNER OCCUPANCY
Logan City's ADU Ordinance can be found in section 17.37.070 of the Logan Land Development Code.
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
Contact the Planning Division for more information about property eligibility.
Contact the Building Safety Division for more information about building permit requirements.