Oregon's population continues to spike, but housing supply has not kept pace and neither has wage growth.
Consequently, the availability of affordable housing for lower-income people is scarce throughout the state; Creswell has certainly not been immune to these pressures.
As such, Creswell City Council this month unanimously voted to approve text amendments to the Creswell Development Code related to accessory dwelling units (ADUs).
These dwelling units are an interior, attached or detached, residential structure that are used in connection with, or accessory to, a single family home . . .