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ORDINANCE NO. 20659 <br /> <br />AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING ACCESSORY DWELLINGS; REPLACING THE <br />TERM “SECONDARY DWELLING” WITH “ACCESSORY DWELLING” <br />THROUGHOUT THE EUGENE CODE 1971; MAKING ADDITIONAL <br />AMENDMENTS TO SECTIONS 9.0500, 9.2010, 9.2011, 9.2740, 9.2741, 9.2750, <br />9.2751, 9.2775, 9.3065, 9.3115, 9.3125, 9.3126, 9.3210, 9.3215, 9.3310, 9.3510, <br />9.3625, 9.3626, 9.3810, 9.3811, 9.3815, 9.3910, 9.3915, 9.3970, 9.6410 AND <br />9.8030 OF THAT CODE; ADDRESSING THE OREGON LAND USE BOARD OF <br />APPEALS’ REMAND OF ORDINANCE NOS. 20594, 20595, AND 20625; AND <br />PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. <br /> <br /> <br />THE CITY OF EUGENE DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: <br /> <br />Section 1. The term “secondary dwelling” is replaced with “accessory dwelling” (including <br />grammatical revisions for plural and a/an agreement) throughout the Eugene Code, 1971.Where <br />this change occurs in the Code sections further amended by this Ordinance, this change is also <br />shown. <br />Section 2. The following definitions in Section 9.0500 of the Eugene Code, 1971, are <br />amended to provide as follows: <br />9.0500 Definitions. As used in this land use code, unless the context requires otherwise, <br />the following words and phrases mean: <br />Accessory Building. Any authorized, detached building subordinate to the main <br />building on the same development site. In addition, for the purposes of EC 9.2700 <br />through 9.2751, in the R-1 zone, an accessory building that shares a common wall <br />with the primary dwelling for less than 8 feet is considered a detached accessory <br />building. An accessory dwelling is not an accessory building. <br /> <br />Dwelling, Accessory. An interior, attached or detached residential structure that is <br />used in connection with or that is accessory to a single-family dwelling. <br /> <br />Kennel. An establishment or premises on which 4 or more dogs over 6 months of <br />age are kept or maintained, whether by owners of the dogs or by persons providing <br />facilities and care, and whether or not for compensation, not including the temporary <br />keeping of one additional dog for up to 6 months in any 12-month period. For <br />purposes of this definition, if the “premises” consists of a lot that contains a main <br />dwelling and an accessory dwelling, the “premises” means the lot. <br /> <br />Section 3. The “Dwellings” subsection in the “Residential” section in Table 9.2010 of the <br />Eugene Code, 1971, is amended to provide as follows: <br />Ordinance - Page 1 of 25 <br /> <br />