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December 12!

The City Council will review several competing proposals for regulating the short-term rental industry at their December 12 council hearing. We encourage STR supporters to take action by attending the hearing and thanking Councilmembers Ward, Alvarez, Sherman, Kersey and Cate for their leadership on this issue, which would increase enforcement and protect private property rights.

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Support Short Term Rentals

We Support:

Share San Diego supports many of the tenants proposed in Councilmember Chris Cate’s ordinance, and in memo released by Councilmembers Ward, Alvarez, Sherman and Kersey on September 20. Their proposal would establish a fund to pay for increased enforcement of unruly long and short-term tenants, paid for by permit fees associated with operating short-term rentals. Their policies would not impede property rights, instead they protect San Diego’s neighborhood character and provide important accommodations for San Diego visitors.

We DO NOT Support:

Show your support – Please help us protect your property rights and keep short-term rentals as an option for visitors to San Diego

Limiting Stay

Unreasonable regulations on the length of stay

Limiting Zone

Limiting STRs in any neighborhood or residential and commercial land use zone

Limiting Amount

Regulations limiting the number of days a home can be rented in a given month or year

Limiting Area

Regulations limiting the number of STRs in a neighborhood or area