Yes. Pursuant to Zoning Code Section 20-48.040(A)(2) and (3), a Short-Term Rental Permit may only be issued to an owner and only for a dwelling unit at a fixed location and address.
Pursuant to Zoning Code Section 20-48.040(A)(4), the following types of housing units and spaces shall not be used as a short-term rental:
- Income-restricted affordable housing.
- Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) and Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADU). However, for an ADU where an STR Permit was previously issued and is in effect, the STR may continue until or unless it is no longer compliant with any other section of the Short-Term Rental Ordinance (Zoning Code Chapter 20-48). An STR Permit for an ADU that has been revoked or has expired and a Renewal application has not been received pursuant to Zoning Code Section 20-48.040(E), or for which a Renewal STR Permit application has been denied, may not be reissued.
- Student housing, dormitories, and single-room occupancy facilities.
- Temporary housing units such as recreational vehicles, including but not limited to non-motorized travel trailers, tiny homes, yurts, tents, treehouses, and sleeping in vans or cars.
- Areas not designed or intended for human habitation, such as closets, laundry rooms, storage sheds, and similar areas.