By Brandon Gray | KTAR
PHOENIX — The city of Scottsdale wants to reclaim neighborhoods from short-term rentals.
The city issued three proposals aiming to reduce the number of short-term rentals in area neighborhoods, according to a press release Thursday.
The proposals were delivered to the Arizona League of Cities and Towns in hopes they would become part of the legislative agenda for the 2024 Arizona Legislative session.
Within the last year, some Valley cities have changed rules for short-term rental owners.
Among the rules include obtaining a license for each property from the city, organizing sex offender and background checks on booking guests and having liability insurance.