Information on Short-Term Rental Laws

At Lifestyle Properties, we strive to help promote responsible short-term rental property ownership and management, and it’s a large part of our overarching goal to promote professionalization of the industry as a whole.

Many homeowners aren't even aware that many rules and regulations exist, so they are utterly unprepared to track and interpret changes within the industry. This is where we hope to assist.

By understanding local regulations and how to find information on these key regulations, short-term rental property owners can work with their property managers to implement measures that will minimize fines and violations. This places you on the path to a less stressful and more profitable renting experience.

Below we have collected all the links to short-term rental regulations where Lifestyle Properties operates. We suggest starting here to see if your property can qualify to become a vacation rental. 

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City of McMinnville

City of Newberg

City of Dundee

City of Carlton

City of Amity


City of Dayton
http://www.ci.dayton.or.us/page/open/675/0/CHAPTER%203%20Business%2011-02-17.pdf
Section 3.8 for transient lodging tax
http://www.ci.dayton.or.us/page/open/675/0/CHAPTER%207.2.4%2006-06-16.pdf
7.2.417 for land use requirements

State of Oregon
https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/ors/ors699.html
covers hotelkeepers/innkeepers
 
https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/ors/ors320.html
Transient Lodging Tax is covered in 320.300 to 320.500