On Wednesday, October 24, the city of Missoula and the Office of Planning and Grants will hold a community open house to discuss the issue of allowing accessory dwelling units to be built in the city of Missoula.

City councilman Adam Hertz says he hopes "an event like this will bring the public out to learn about what ADUs are, what they are not, and decide for themselves whether or not it's something they want to see in Missoula."

Interview with councilman Adam Hertz:

The open house will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the the Holiday Inn downtown. Community members will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on ADU's with the city council, O.P.G. and Mayor John Engan.