City of Scottsdale continues work to address short-term rental concerns

By Your Valley

Scottsdale City Council voted unanimously in favor of two proposed updates to the city’s vacation rental ordinance as well as its nuisance parties and unlawful gatherings ordinance at the Dec. 8 meeting.

The updates to both ordinances, which take effect Jan. 7, 2022, will remove loopholes, increase fines and improve the city’s enforcement abilities when handling short-term vacation rental complaints, according to a press release from the city.

A 2016 state law restricting cities and towns from regulating vacation and short-term rental properties removed a Scottsdale law that prohibited rentals of 30 days or fewer.

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