The City Council adopted regulations regarding short-term lodging unit (STLUs) throughout the City. These regulations provide standards for Short-term Lodging Units ("STLU") and Short-term Apartment Rentals ("STAR"), where allowed in compliance with Title 17, Zoning, and Chapter 3.24, Transient Occupancy Tax, of the municipal code. STLUs and STARs are lodging uses (which are inherently commercial), typically located within structures designed for long-term residential tenancy. As such, special consideration must be given to STLUs and STARs to ensure that the existing character of residential neighborhoods are preserved and not adversely impacted.
How to Establish Short-term Lodgings
- Click Here for information if you are interested in operating a new STLU at a property that did not have a valid vacation rental permit as of February 2, 2016.
- Click Here for information about requirements for operating a STLU at a property that had a valid vacation rental permit as of February 2, 2016.
Click Here for a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding STLU's.
Map of Approved STLUs
Click Here for a map of approved STLUs that is updated at the end of each month.