Accessory Tourist Rental

The City's Accessory Tourist Rental regulations allow a home owner to rent a single bedroom in their home to paying guests for stays of less than 30 consecutive days.

Accessory Tourist Rentals are allowed by permit only.  If you own a home and want to rent a bedroom short-term, or if you want to know more about the program requirements, refer to the Accessory Tourist Rental Guide & Application.

After new changes to Vacation Rentals in the municipal code, a new 250 foot buffer between Short Term Rentals is in place. This means if your property is 100% covered by a buffer, you will not be allowed to have a Short Term Rental (renting the entire residence). Accessory Tourist Rentals (renting of a single room in a residence) are exempt from the buffer. You can check your property availability via the Interactive Vacation Rental Map.

Accessory Tourist Rentals are not allowed


  • In homes located in a Planned Unit Development, unless specifically listed as an allowed use
  • In a permitted Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)