Transient Rental Licenses
Property owners may rent out their homes as vacation rental or transient rental by first obtaining a Transient Rental License. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact the Planning & Building Department.
Transient Rental License Application Requirements
1. The property has been vacant, owner occupied, or used as a vacation rental by the owner for a two year period.
2. A Transient Rental License Application be submitted and fees paid.
3. The property is inspected by the Building Official.
4. The application is approved by City Staff and scheduled at an upcoming Planning Commission Meeting. A public notice is provided in the newspaper and mailed to neighbors with the date and time of the Planning Commission Meeting.
5. The application is considered by the Planning Commission.
If denied, applicant has the right to appeal their decision. Applicant must file a written appeal and include an appeal fee of $922.00 with the City Clerk within fifteen (15) calendar days of action taken.
If approved, the applicant will receive an approval letter. There is a two (2) week grace period. After the grace period, applicant should contact the finance department to inquire a Business License.
Transient Rental License Forms and Applications
- What is a Transient Rental (Vacation Rental)?
- May I rent my home transiently?
- Are there any other restrictions?
- What are the typical conditions placed on Transient Rental Licenses?
- How much is transient occupancy tax?
- May I manage my rental myself?
- May I allow pets in the property?
- How do I keep my Transient Rental License active if I do not want to rent it for a period of time?
- Does a Transient Rental License transfer with a sale of the property?