Long-Term RESIDENTIAL Rentals
a Long-Term RESIDENTIAL Rental IS DEFINED AS...
All or a portion thereof of a residential dwelling unit used as a place regularly rented for dwelling, lodging or sleeping purposes to one party with a duration of occupancy of greater than thirty (30) consecutive days. Hotels and motels are not considered to be long-term rentals.
REQUIREMENTS OF AN OWNER OF A Long-Term RESIDENTIAL Rental
- Obtain a valid rental license (license year is January - December)
- Remit the Gross Receipts Rental Tax for 2022
- Compliance with all building, health, fire, and safety codes
- Compliance with requirements of the zoning district in which the rental property is located
- Confirm there are no outstanding taxes, fees, or City liens (outside of a mortgage) on the rental property
LONG-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL OperationAL Standards
- The property owner must ensure renters comply with the city code and specifically noise, garbage collections, and property maintenance.
- The Good Neighbor Brochure must be made available to every renter and be in a conspicuous location in the rental.
- All advertising for any long-term rental must include the rental identification number.
- All rental booking dates and associated rental income must be maintained and provided to the City with the annual Gross Receipts Rental Tax remittance.
- All renters must comply with the provisions of City, County, State and Federal disaster and emergency orders.
- The Trash Schedule and the Map of Evacuation Routes and Zones must be made available to renters.