Short-term/vacation rental owners now required to provide contact information

The Scottsdale City Council recently adopted an ordinance amendment to an existing code that requires owners of short-term or vacation rentals to provide the city with emergency and complaint contact information including names, email addresses and phone numbers.

Starting today those not submitting the information may be cited for noncompliance and fined. The amendment also emphasizes that these rentals may not be used for non-residential purposes such as restaurants, event centers, commercial business, etc.

Owners of these properties can provide information here.

Additionally, the state requires all short term vacation rentals have a transaction privilege tax license and list the license number in advertising. Get more information on how to get a license.links to external site 

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