Yes, Short-term Rentals are allowed on properties vehicle access is shared between neighbors. If you live on a property like this you must provide a “Parking Plan” when you register your property to be used as a short-term rental.
A “Parking Plan” must document how the Short-Term Rental will avoid encumbering parking. Documentation may include:
- Existing variances;
- Shared maneuvering diagrams or conditions;
- Signage identifying designated off-street parking spaces;
- Agreements indicating designated off-street parking spaces.
The “Parking Plan” must also include instructions to be provided to guests of the Short-Term Rental outlining the location of designated off-street parking spaces and instructions for maintaining clear access to shared maneuvering areas. The City will consider blocked access to shared maneuvering areas or guest parking outside of designated off-street parking spaces to be Program violations.