A hosted short-term rental is defined as one where the host lives and sleeps in the dwelling unit, or lives and sleeps in another legal dwelling unit on the same parcel, throughout the short-term rental period. Hosted short-term rentals are allowed only in the host’s primary residence. Hosted rentals are permitted throughout the City with no distance requirements between them or another short-term rental of any kind.
A non-hosted short-term rental is defined as a rental where the host or owner does not live and sleep in the dwelling unit during the short-term rental period. Starting Dec. 4, the City will not allow a newly proposed non-hosted short-term rental within 1,000 feet of another non-hosted short-term rental.