Backyard Cottages: Housing and Resiliency Workshop*
Suggested Donation: $25 General Public, $15 Sustainable Ballard Supporting Members, $5 Low-Income/Unemployed/Student/Senior (contact email@example.com for access code)
Thinking about the long-term use of your home, and designing for resilience, is an important part of preparing for an uncertain future. Detached Accessory Dwelling Units (DADU) allow people more flexibility to accommodate a growing family, support changing work requirements, or to provide supplemental rental income. DADUs also provide valuable housing stock in desirable neighborhoods.
Do you want to learn more about DADUs and meet others (virtually) who want to build a DADU? Join Bruce Parker from Microhouse and Stefan Hansmire from Hansmire Builders to learn what is possible in this unique virtual event hosted by Sustainable Ballard. This workshop will answer questions for people planning to build a backyard cottage, including explanations of what is possible within the new zoning rules. We will also review case studies and discuss budget ranges for recently completed backyard cottages plus look at what financing options are available today.
You will receive instructions to access the Zoom workshop a few days before the event.