No property may be used as a short-term rental without the property owner first obtaining a license.A short-term rental license allows property owners to rent or lease all or part of a residential property for periods of less than 30 consecutive days per lease. Examples of short-term rentals include those advertised on websites such as Airbnb and Vrbo, though rentals may be arranged by any means.
Obtaining a Short-Term Rental License
An application for a short-term rental license is required to be submitted to the City Clerk's Office with all required attachments and applicable fees.
Short-Term Rental Application
Each applicant must also apply for a City of Northglenn Business Sales and Use Tax License.
- $ 175 non-refundable license fee for a NEW application
- $ 150 non-refundable license fee for a RENEWAL application
- $ 25 LATE FEE if application for RENEWAL is not filed by Dec. 1
Renewal and Transferability
A short-term rental license is good for one year and shall be renewed annually. The license is non-transferable and shall be surrendered upon sale of the licensed property.
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