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The following requirements must be met at the time of submitting an application for a permit to operate a Short-Term Rental:

A. The Applicant’s Primary Residence must be located in the City.

B. The Dwelling Unit shall not be an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) or a Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (JADU) for which a construction permit was applied for on January 1, 2020, or later.

C. The Dwelling Unit shall not be a deed-restricted affordable housing unit, in a special group residence, or a single-room occupancy.

D. A Long-Term Tenant shall not operate a Short-Term Rental without prior written approval of the Owner, such written approval to be provided to the City at the time of application for a Short-Term Rental Permit. An Owner may proactively prohibit Short-Term Rental subletting by tenants at any or all of their owned properties by submitting a notification in writing to the Development Services Department.

E. The Applicant shall not have been subject to a Short-Term Rental Permit revocation during the previous 24-month period.

F. The Dwelling Unit shall not have been subject to a Short-Term Rental Permit revocation during the previous 24-month period; provided, that the Director of Development Services may consider 100 percent transfers in Ownership of the Dwelling Unit in implementing this provision.

G. An Applicant may not hold a Short-Term Rental Permit for more than one Nonprimary Residence Short-Term Rental at any given time.

H. The Dwelling Unit shall not have been developed or converted as part of a two-unit residential development or Urban Lot Split Parcel Map pursuant to CVMC 19.58.450. (Ord. 3519 § 1, 2022; Ord. 3514 § 1, 2021).