Outcome of 1/16 Planning Commission Hearing

Planning Commission held a public hearing for 3 short-term rental bills last night, January 16.

You can read the official statement presented by NASTRA at the hearing here »

Below is an overview of the outcome of each individual bill, along with key links to educate yourself further on each of these proposed legislations.


BL2019-78: IMPOSES DISTANCE REQUIREMENT FOR NON-OWNER OCCUPIED STRPS
SPONSORED BY COLBY SLEDGE

  • Planning Commission deferred one meeting, currently scheduled for February 13, 2020. This will again be a public hearing. 
  • The bill will likely be revised prior to the next hearing. We will keep the site updated with new details as soon as they become available.
  • Second reading public hearing at Metro Council is still listed as February 4, 2020. While it may get deferred at the Metro Council meeting, it is currently on the agenda for the February 4th meeting.
  • View more details on BL2019-78 here »

BL2019-79: RESTRICTS OWNER-OCCUPIED WHOLE HOME RENTALS
SPONSORED BY FREDDIE O’CONNELL

  • Planning Commission deferred one meeting, currently scheduled for February 13, 2020. This will again be a public hearing. 
  • The bill will likely be revised prior to the next hearing. We will keep the site updated with new details as soon as they become available.
  • Second reading public hearing at Metro Council is scheduled for March 3, 2020.
  • View more details on BL2019-79 here »

BL2019-111:  CREATES A NEW “NO SHORT TERM RENTAL” ZONE THAT WOULD DISALLOW BOTH OWNER-OCCUPIED AND NON-OWNER OCCUPIED ELIGIBILITY IN EACH ZONE
SPONSORED BY SEAN PARKER, COLBY SLEDGE AND KYONZTÉ TOOMBS

  • Planning Commission voted to approve this bill.
  • Second reading public hearing at Metro Council is scheduled for February 4, 2020.
  • We will update the site with recommended action steps as soon as possible.
  • View more details on BL2019-111 here »

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As a reminder, NASTRA is unable to provide information on specific properties/circumstances, therefore we are unable to reply to individual messages in that vein. In these instances, we suggest you contact an attorney. You can find contact information on our Friends of NASTRA page.

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