Council nixes plans to upsize accessory dwelling units


In a rare move, the Keizer City Council reversed course on a recommendation to expand the size of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) at its meeting Monday, Dec. 2. 

The council opted to keep a limit of 750 square feet on detached ADUs despite a recommendation from the Keizer Planning Commission to allow up to 900 square feet. 

“The question is whether we want to create additional housing or . . .

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