Short-Term (Vacation) Rentals

The City's Short-Term Rentals Ordinance requires all operators of short-term rental within city limits to obtain a Short-Term Rental Permit and follow specific operating standards and requirements. A short-term rental (sometimes called a vacation rental) is defined as a residence where the owner rents out a bedroom(s) or the entire property for guests staying 30 days or fewer. In addition, there are differing requirements and standards depending on if the rental property owner lives at the short-term rental (also known as a hosted rental) or if it the property owner does not (a non-hosted rental).

This portion of the City website is designed to help residents interested in applying to become a short-term rental operator, provide rules on maintaining compliance, give information about reporting a violation, and provide information about the next phase in updating the city's short-term rentals ordinance.

Notices Regarding Short-Term Rentals

Non-Hosted Short-Term Rentals Permits Have Been Capped to No More Than 198 Total Citywide

Results from general public survey on STRs (published Jan. 10, 2023) READ MORE

Advertising Requirements READ MORE

For Properties Associated with an HOA, Check your HOA Rules and Restrictions Before Applying READ MORE

Questions?

Check out our FAQ page about short term rentals. For all other questions, email [email protected].