Short Term Rentals

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After adoption of Ordinance 2078 , the City of Golden has new regulations in place for short-term rentals. Visit www.cityofgolden.net/shorttermrentals to learn more and apply for a license online! A new call center is also in place to assist residents with application questions and to help address any nuisance concerns by reaching out to short-term rental owners on behalf of their neighbors. The number for the call center and friendly assistance is 303 479 3193.

If you are interested in renting your property on a short-term basis (30 days or less), please visit the Golden Parcel Information Map to determine

After adoption of Ordinance 2078 , the City of Golden has new regulations in place for short-term rentals. Visit www.cityofgolden.net/shorttermrentals to learn more and apply for a license online! A new call center is also in place to assist residents with application questions and to help address any nuisance concerns by reaching out to short-term rental owners on behalf of their neighbors. The number for the call center and friendly assistance is 303 479 3193.

If you are interested in renting your property on a short-term basis (30 days or less), please visit the Golden Parcel Information Map to determine your zoning district. If your property is zoned residential including R-1, R-1A, R-2, R-3 or RE, or a residential PUD (Planned Unit Development), one of the new requirements is the property must be the primary residence of the owner of record.

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    Since the city is tracking some non-compliant short term rentals, are they going to get a pass? Or perhaps a one time "forgiveness" if/when you create new regulations? Or just a bill to catch up on sales tax when you put some regulations in place? My thought is a combination of a fixed fee to come in compliance or a bill for missing revenue. They should not just get a complete forgiveness for violating the existing laws.

    camerdb asked over 3 years ago

    Thank you for your comments! Part of the discussion around new regulations for short-term rentals will include whether or not to "grandfather" existing permitted short-term rentals. For those who do not have a permit, several options could be considered to come into compliance including your suggestions.