Wondering how Measure T will be implemented, and how it will affect those who currently have vacation rentals? IF it is confirmed that Measure T has passed (some provisional and absentee ballots are still out), here is how it will be implemented.
The 1,400 vacation rentals outside the tourist core could continue operating through 2021, but if they are sold or the owners exit the business before then, that permit could not go to someone else like it can now. After three years, any remaining ones would lose their permits. There is no limit on vacation rentals in the tourist core and commercial zones so if you have a vacation rental in the tourist core area, Measure T will not apply. The tourist core is a small area, which generally runs along Highway 50 from Stateline to west of Ski Run Boulevard.
One provision of the measure would take effect 10 days after results are certified. It would reduce occupancy limits on short-term rentals in residential areas. The current limit, is two people per bedroom plus four per home, would be reduced to two per bedroom, only. Lofts or living rooms will not be counted as sleeping areas And no home could have more than 12 occupants, regardless of size.
Feel free to contact me directly if you would like more details, or if you have questions about how Measure T may affect you!
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