Do you need a Covenant for a Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (JADU), Accessory Residential Structure (ARS), Conditions of Approval (COA), Lot Tie, etc.?
This is the right place to apply.
What is a Covenant and why do I need one?
When necessary to achieve the land use goals of the City, the City may require a property owner(s) to execute and record a Covenant. A property covenant informs property owners of any restrictions that may apply to a piece of property. Covenants exist to limit the misuse of property and maintain the value of land. Covenants are generally found in the property’s certificate of title or a separate document referenced by the certificate of title.
A covenant runs with the land, meaning the covenant will exist regardless the transference/sale of the land.