Arvada Airbnb & Short-Term Rental Regulations are important to any investor or host thinking about starting a short-term rental property. We've pulled together data and information from government and other sources to make it easier for you to not just see the regulation and ordinances on short-term rentals, but also get an overview of the short-term rental activity and potential, real estate prices and trends, and population size and growth.
An administrative interpretation of the City's Land Development Code (LDC) made on June 1, 2016 determined that properties located within a residential zone district, with rentals of 30 days or less, are not allowed. Both the LDC and the Arvada Municipal Code pertaining to taxation require rental periods of 30 days or more, to be considered residential in nature. Anything less than this 30 day time frame is considered a motel/hotel per our current LDC and requires a sales tax license if it were situated in a zoning district in which such use is allowedSee Regulation Source
All STRs are banned
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