Short -Term Rentals

Short Term Rental Regulation Updates - Click Here


NOTE: DO NOT BEGIN OPERATING YOUR STR WITHOUT TALKING WITH US! 

You FIRST must register and/or obtain a Conditional Use Permit (CUP).

Definitions:

Home Sharing - A dwelling in which a room or rooms are offered for rental for compensation for a period of less than thirty (30) consecutive days by an owner who utilized the dwelling as his principal residence and occupies the dwelling during any such rental period.

Short -Term Rental - A dwelling that does not meet the definition of home sharing in which a room or rooms, or the entire dwelling are rented for less than thirty (30) consecutive days for compensation.

UPCOMING SHORT TERM RENTAL ORDINANCE CHANGES

On March 10th, 2021 the Planning Commission held a public meeting and voted to recommend approval, with modifications, of proposed revisions to the Short Term Rental Ordinance. Planning Commission's recommendation will be referred to City Council for consideration.

View the Proposed Short Term Rental Ordinance Revisions: HERE

View the Short Term Rental Ordinance Change Comment Letters: HERE

View the Updated Proposed Overlay Ordinance Recommendation Summary: HERE

Schedule for Proposed Short Term Rental Ordinance Revisions

May 18th- Staff Presentation on Proposed Planning Commission Ordinance

May 25th-  City Council Workshop Discussion Regarding Regulations

June 1st- Public Hearing for Proposed Short Term Rental Ordinance Revisions

June 15th- City Council Vote on Short Term Rental Ordinance Revisions

Short-Term Rentals (STR) application and registration submittal instructions​

Click on the situation below that describes your short term rental property.  When you click on your appropriate situation, you will automatically be directed to the necessary application package that needs to be submitted to the Planning Department.

 
 

Situation #1 - Your STR is in the Sandbridge Special Service District

All properties must be located within the geographical boundaries of the Sandbridge Special Service District (SDD) which are defined in City Code Section 35.1-3.

Situation #2 - Your STR was registered with the Commissioner of Revenue prior to July 1, 2018 AND you paid transient occupancy taxes to the Commissioner of the Revenue prior to July 1, 2018

Situation #3 - Your STR was NOT registered with the Commissioner of the Revenue prior to July 1, 2018 OR NO transient occupancy taxes were paid to the Commissioner of the Revenue prior to July 1, 2018

Situation #4 - You have not registered your STR with the Commissioner of the Revenue OR you registered your STR after July 1, 2018.