Short-Term Rental Permit Application are Now Being Accepted
Short-term rentals are defined as a residential dwelling unit, or portion of a residential dwelling unit, that is rented, or offered for rent, for compensation or consideration, for a period of 30 consecutive days or less.
A short-term rental may only be operated after issuance of a Short-term Rental permit from the Department of Conservation and Development and a Business License from the Treasurer-Tax Collectors office.
Additionally, the operator will be responsible for assessing and submitting a 10% Transient Occupancy Tax on the cost of the accommodations on a quarterly basis, whether directly to the Tax Collector or through an online booking platform. Short-term rentals that operate without a permit, Business License or without paying necessary taxes are subject to citation or fine.
Short-Term Rental Application (PDF)
Summary of Short-Term Rental Ordinance (PDF)
More information on Business Licenses