Does the City allow me to rent my primary home for less than 30-days?

The City allows up to three periods of fewer than 30 consecutive days in a calendar year where you primary residences may be rented.  However, if you do not reside at your home, the Limited Home Rental exception does not apply to you or your property. You are legally responsible for the use of your property.

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1. What is a Short-Term Rental?
2. Why is the City regulating Short-Term Rentals?
3. What happens if I rent a property as a Short-Term Rental?
4. What is a Limited Home Rental?
5. Can I rent a room in my home as a Limited Home Rental?
6. Can I live in the home while I lease it as a Limited Home Rental?
7. Does the City allow me to rent my primary home for less than 30-days?
8. Do I need register and pay Transient Occupancy Taxes for a Limited Home Rental?
9. How many guests can stay in my Limited Home Rental?
10. Does the City’s Ordinance prevent me from leasing my home to a long-term tenant?
11. Do I pay taxes if I am renting my home or a portion of my home to a long-term tenant?
12. Are there other penalties associated with operating a Short-Term Rental?
13. Who do I contact with questions about paying TOT?
14. Who do I contact with questions about the Short-Term Rental Ordinance?