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Short Term Rentals

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STATUS UPDATE:

Short Term Rentals Study Team - Proposed amendments to the existing UDC code considers both an owner occupied rental and whole house rental regime and requirements for each. The amendments cover issues such as registration and taxing, zoning districts permitting requirements (including public in-put), occupancy limits, parking requirements and enforcement. Next steps to include: present this proposal to the Planning Commission at their September 19th meeting and then to the Metro Councilmembers for an October 19th Zoning meeting. If all goes well, then the Permits organization will need to define the workprocesses to administer the program with a tentative effective date sometime around mid-2023.

Lead Role: Ed Lagucki and Mary Jane Marcantel (Historic Spanish Town)


If you have any questions,  please don't hesitate to contact Ed Lagucki,  225.315.1206

Membership on the Study Group consists of:

  • The Planning Dept
  • The Federation of GBR Civic Associations
  • Historic Districts representative
  • GBR Association of Realtors
  • Baton Rouge Lodging Association
  • Bed and Breakfast Association
  • Short term rentals associations (AirBnB)
  • Short Term rental host
  • Department of Development - Permitting office