Sandpoint 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.
A valid permit must be in place to operate a short term rental within the City of Sandpoint. STRs are allowed in residential and commercial zones so long as all applicable standards are met. Within the residential zones, however, there may be no more than one STR per parcel. Any parcel that does not meet the standards of owner occupied status is considered non-owner occupied. Units that fall into this category are limited to a total of 35 within the entirety of the City's residential zones. If 35 permitted units already exist you may request to be placed on a waiting list to obtain a permit. Additionally, notification to neighbors within 200 feet for non-owner occupied STRs within residential zones is required.See Regulation Source
Yes, but only 35 of these are allowed
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