We continue to update our position on several bills being considered by the state legislature this year, all of which could significantly impact those living in common interest developments. Below is what you need to know about Assembly Bill 670 (Friedman) and where we stand. Assembly Bill 670 (Friedman) would require community associations to allow accessory dwelling units.
A.B. 670 would significantly change the nature of new common interest developments and would prevent existing CIDs from amending their documents to disallow garage conversions and other secondary units.The bill was amended to include these provisions on March 28, 2019. We opposes A.B. 670. You can read A.B. 670 on the California State Legislator’s website here.