Accessory Dwelling Units: Changes in 2017

APA Rhode Island Chapter

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Thursday, January 26, 2017
9:45 a.m. - 11 a.m. EST

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Overview

Starting on January 1, 2017, Rhode Island law will make it easier for senior citizens to live with their families while preserving their independence. Owners of owner-occupied single family homes will have the right to build an accessory dwelling unit, also called an "in law apartment", for a family member who is 62 years or older without having to obtain a special use permit from the town or city in which the property is located. Since 2008, home owners have been able to build an accessory dwelling unit to accommodate a family member of any age who has a disability. The law will expand this law to include family members who are 62 or older. Learn everything you need to know about this new law!

 

Speakers

John DiTomasso

John DiTomasso, Associate State Director, Advocacy, AARP Read More

Amy Rainone

Amy Rainone, Director of Government Relations and Policy, Rhode Island Housing Read More

Contact Info

Albert Ranaldi, aranaldi@lincolnri.org