Looking at Accessory Dwelling Units and Short-Term Rentals in Reno: City encourages feedback – KOLO

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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – Analysts for the City of Reno and CRMG Owner say tourism, and the on-set of Vrbo and Airbnb have raised debate over the need for regulation on short term rentals.

The main concerns: parking, noise complaints, and creating neighborhoods that no longer feel like home.

That is why the City of Reno’s survey is important to helping city leaders determine what areas need to be addressed and how likely residents are to build a so-called “granny shack” on their property.

The survey is open until the end of February and the results will give council members advice for an amendment in summer 2024.

To access the survey: City of Reno Survey – ADUs and STRs (arcgis.com)

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