With the recent signing of SB1168, Arizona governments now have the power to take action with short-term rentals (often found on sites like Airbnb and VRBO) operating in their communities. The removal of the state preemption that prevented communities from developing short-term rental ordinances or enforcement programs in the past, offers a chance for local governments to play a more significant role in preserving community character.
How can your community benefit? Join urban planner and short-term rental policy expert, Jeffrey Goodman, in an upcoming webinar to learn more about the new state legislation, implications for local governments, and his recommendations for effective short-term rental policies and enforcement programs.
- What Arizona’s new state legislation contains
- Implications and opportunities for local governments
- Best practices for developing a short-term rental compliance program