Update on Short Term Rental Regulations

Blue River: Short-Term Rentals Allowed
Information and Applications:  Click Here. 
Contact:  Michelle Eddy, Town Administrator
Email Michelle

Breckenridge – STR’s are Restricted 
General Policy: Breckenridge limits STR’s By Zones 1, 2, 3 & Resort.
General Info on STR policies, Licensing and Taxes/Fees: Click Here.
STR Ordinances:  Click Here. 
Additional STR Ordinances:  Click Here. 
MAP of STR Areas:  Click Here.
Searchable GIS Map of Zones: Click Here.
License Caps and available permits for each zone:  Click Here. 
Contact:  Bela Del Valle, Short-term Rental Code Enforcement
Email Bela

Dillon- Short-Term Rentals Allowed
General information & Licensing:  Click Here.
Lodging Tax Information:  Click Here.
Contact:  str@townofdillon.com
Email Town of Dillon

Frisco – Short-Term Rentals Restricted 
General Policy:  Frisco has a maximum of 900 STR licenses. There is currently a waitlist.
License Application & waitlist registration:  Click Here.
STR Guide & FAQ’s:  Click Here.
STR Ordinance:  Click Here.
Town Map: Click Here.
Contact:  Sarah Schwartz, Short-term Rental/Housing Specialist
Email Sarah

Keystone is currently transitioning from Unincorporated Summit County to its own Town. Currently licenses are unlimited. It is unknown what Keystone as a Town will implement for STR’s.
Contact:  N/A

Montezuma – Rentals Not Allowed Under 180 Days
STR ordinance:  Click Here.
Town Map:  Click Here.
Contact:  Sandra Lerner, Town Clerk
Email Sandra

Summit County (Unincorporated) – Short-Term Rentals Restricted
General Policy:  Unlimited STR Licenses in Copper Mountain, Keystone *, Tiger Run, and 4 O’Clock and Sawmill Subs in Breckenridge in the Resort Overlay Zone (ROZ). There is a cap on STR’s in all other Neighborhood residential Overlay Zones (NOZ) by Basin in the County. There are two types of Permits: Type I for locals and Type II for STR’s. Type I licenses are available. No new Type II Licenses are available in residential areas of unincorporated Summit County at this time and there is not a waitlist available.  
General Information & Links:  Click Here.
Current Caps & Available Permits:  Click Here.
Basin Locator:  Click Here.
Ordinance:  Click Here.
Accessory Apartment/ADU Regulations (At the bottom of the Page): Click Here.
Contact: str@summitcountyco.gov
Email Summit County Gov.

Silverthorne – Restricted with licenses available
General Policy: Town of Silverthorne short-term rentals are capped at 10% of the number of units in the majority of Town neighborhoods, Area 1, and 50% of the number of units within the Town Core and Riverfront areas, Area 2. Short-term rentals are not allowed within deed restricted neighborhoods, Area 3. Permits are currently available in Areas 1 & 2. General Information: Click Here.
Map of Zones:  Click Here.
List of Subdivisions by STR area:  Click Here.
STR Ordinance:  Click Here.
Contact:  Mark Leidel, Community Development Manager
Email Mark

*Unsure of what jurisdiction the property is in? To Find a Properties Town of Jurisdiction, search the County Property Data Search and enter the address: http://gis.summitcountyco.gov/map/

Park CountyPark County (Unincorporated)
General Policy: The County does not limit STR’s but requires licenses and other items as defined in the ordinance linked below.
General information: Click Here.
Ordinance: Click Here.
Contact: str@parkco.us
Email Park County

Published by Tessa Lindblade

Tessa is a Summit County Native, and entered the real estate profession in 2015, and with a good “eye for the details,” has been working alongside her mom, Nancy for the extensive training needed while adding to the multi-dimensional services that a “team” approach offers. She is your next, younger generation real estate broker… here to stay and being 100% personally invested in her real estate career and the successful future of Summit County.

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