The San Diego City Council will be considering important components to Council President Jennifer Campbell’s Good Neighbor short-term rental ordinance during the October 11, 2021 hearing. Updates will include information on how licenses will be allocated and license fees.How to Help
Write the City Council, and the California Coastal Commission to support the commonsense regulations proposed by Council President Campbell.
Earlier this year, the San Diego City Council passed a STR Ordinance. The new law is scheduled to take effect citywide July 1, 2022, but first the City Staff must develop the details for how the law will be implemented. These details, or administrative regulations, regulations that will be presented to the City Council on October 11, 2021 and include information such as how licenses will be granted, how the City will enforce the new rules and what information will be documented online.
Before the law can be implemented in the Coastal Zones, the City must obtain approval from the California Coastal Commission which oversees San Diego’s beach communities.
Opponents of STRs are petitioning the California Coastal Commission to reject the ordinance. If successful, they could then advocate for fewer STR licenses or all out bans in lieu of the commonsense regulations that were passed.
Please send your email to Alex Llerandi, Coastal Program Analyst,
at Alexander.Llerandi@coastal.ca.gov and contact City officials at:
email@example.comCity Attorney Mara W. Elliott
firstname.lastname@example.orgCouncil District 1 - Joe LaCava
email@example.comCouncil District 2 - Jennifer Campbell
firstname.lastname@example.orgCouncil District 3 - Stephen Whitburn
email@example.comCouncil District 4 - Monica Montgomery Steppe
firstname.lastname@example.orgCouncil District 5 - Marni von Wilpert
email@example.comCouncil District 6 - Chris Cate
firstname.lastname@example.orgCouncil District 7 - Raul Campillo
email@example.comCouncil District 8 - Vivian Moreno
firstname.lastname@example.orgCouncil District 9 - Sean Elo-Rivera