Boulder County looking to revamp codes for short-term rentals

 

November 13, 2019



The Boulder County land use code is a document that is often updated. When the county commissioners approved new policies for housing in October, it seemed to be an appropriate time to consider regulations regarding short-term rentals given that those have not been updated since 2008. A survey was sent out Monday, Oct. 28 and will be open through Nov. 22 for Boulder County residents to share their opinions with the county regarding how the regulations should be updated.

Short-term rentals are those which are rented for less than 30 days at a time--many of these rentals are Airbnbs or VRBO r...



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eclecticread23 writes:

A relevant article give that there has been an increase in short-term rentals to address issues such as housing availability as well as a need for many to supplemental their income through options like Airbnb. However, short-term rentals raise concerns for community ambiance, and environmental protection in the foothills and historic sites. I encourage others to take this survey as number of thoughtful considerations are raised. Thank you for bringing this survey to our attention.

 
 
 

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