Murrieta continues to provide new framework for short-term vacation rentals

Murrieta City Council picks up discussion regarding short-term vacation rentals at the Tuesday, Oct. 20, meeting. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The short-term vacation rental saga continued Tuesday, Oct. 20, in Murrieta with the second reading of the proposed ordinance, which was introduced at the Oct. 12 hearing. Staff proposed various amendments to 16 of the development codes providing framework for short-term vacation rentals.These updates relate to parking and sign criteria and also Title 5, which is more of the operational aspects under the code, according to staff.On Oct. 12, Murrieta City Council voted to approve Option B-2; there was an additional modification to remove estate-residential 3 as a permitted zone for non-hosted STVR’s.The related ordinance permits hosted STVR’s in all residential zones within the city.“Non-hosted” rentals would be limited to the following zones within the city’s juri
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