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Nov. 10 – Planning Commission Hearing on Amendments

On Monday Oct. 24, the planning commission presented potential revisions to the current short-term rental regulations. After passing the short-term rental overlay zone in June, City Council heard concerns from residents who wished to rent out their home while on vacation.

If City Council adopts the revisions, properties will be allowed to function as temporary short-term rentals twice a year for less than 30 days, regardless of the restrictions in the property’s neighborhood. Temporary short-term rentals will require a license that will be displayed when the home is being rented out. Fees for all types of short-term rental licensing are currently being discussed.

The planning department will also present a proposed revision of the ordinance that would no longer require residents in “green zones” to obtain a license if their property offers services such as a staffed front desk and 24-hour security.

The planning commission will hold a hearing for the amendments on Nov. 10. Two ordinances will be presented to City Council for first reading on Dec. 6. If approved by City Council, the second reading of the ordinances will be on Dec. 13.



Nov 10 2022


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