Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions
The below questions are provided in an effort to provide as much information as possible about Short-Term Rental Units in unincorporated Clark County. If your question is not answered below, please reach out to our licensing staff at STR@ClarkCountyNV.gov.

Short-Term Rental Unit Ordinance Basics

Where can I find the full ordinance text?
The full ordinance is available for review online. Click here for full text.
Why did Clark County create an ordinance regulating the operation of Short-Term Rental Units?
In 2021, the Nevada State Legislature passed Assembly Bill 363 (AB363) which provided minimum requirements for local government agencies to follow for the regulation of the short-term rental industry and mandated that local government agencies within Nevada adopt those standards at a minimum.

On June 21, 2022, Clark County, in complying with AB363, adopted an ordinance  which legalizes the short-term rental industry in the unincorporated residential areas of the county. 
I live in and/ or own property in either Henderson, Las Vegas, or North Las Vegas. Does the new Clark County ordinance affect me?
No. Clark County’s ordinance only applies to residents and properties located in unincorporated Clark County. 

If you live or own property in an incorporated city (i.e., Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas), please contact the appropriate municipal agency to discuss any provisions and regulations they have for operating a short-term rental unit inside city limits.

General Questions

What is a Short-Term Rental Unit?
A Short-Term Rental Unit is a residential unit, or room(s) within a residence that are made available for rent for thirty (30) consecutive days or less.  
Do other cities or counties in Southern Nevada have regulations for Short-Term Rental Units?
Yes; in the Las Vegas metropolitan area, the cities of Henderson, Las Vegas, and North Las Vegas have also adopted, or updated to comply with AB363, their own ordinances governing this industry. 
Is there a limit on the number of licenses that will be issued in unincorporated Clark County?
Yes. Clark County’s adopted ordinance established a limit (or cap) on the overall number of licenses that can be issued in any unincorporated residential area of the County. The one percent (1%) cap is on the total number of eligible housing units in an unincorporated area, rounded down to the nearest whole number.
How will the one percent (1%) cap be applied within unincorporated Clark County?
The County will determine how to apply the cap for unincorporated areas. For example; Spring Valley and Paradise will have different caps. There is a minimum of one (1) license allocated to each established unincorporated area, if that unincorporated area is not otherwise excluded. Please see “Are there any areas of the County where Short-Term Rental Units are not allowed?” for more information.
Do I have to obtain a business license to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit, advertise my property, or advertise a room on my property? Does that include advertising on any website like Airbnb or Vrbo, etc.?
Yes. You may only legally operate a Short-Term Rental Unit in the unincorporated areas of Clark County if you have been issued a business license for a Short-Term rental unit by Clark County. Once you have been issued a business license by the County, you are permitted to advertise your Short-Term Rental Unit on a website or do additional marketing. A valid business license number will be required to be included in any rental advertisements.
I would like to operate an owner-occupied short-term rental; do I still need a business license?
Yes. You must still apply for a business license. The County does not make a distinction between a short-term rental being occupied by the owner during a guest’s stay or not.
Can I rent, or advertise, a room in my property as a Short-Term Rental Unit without a license?
No. In order to advertise your property, you must have a business license to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit from the County and this permits to both rent and advertise a room for thirty (30) consecutive days or less.
I own multiple properties; how many business licenses am I allowed to obtain to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit in the County?
Each natural person or entity is limited to holding, or holding interest in, one (1) licensed Short-Term Rental Unit in residential areas of unincorporated Clark County.
What are "governing documents"?
Properties that are in common-interest communities (i.e., Homeowners Association, Community Association, Neighborhood Association, Master-Planned Community, etc.) may have documents which are used to regulate the appearance, use, and/ or maintenance of a property. Some governing documents are commonly referred to as Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), but these are not the only types of governing documents. For more information on “governing documents”, please refer to Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS). Click here for NRS 116.049 “Governing Documents” defined.

Eligibility

If I am currently operating an unlicensed short-term rental, can I apply for a business license?
Yes. Applicants must meet all eligibility and application requirements and the proposed property must not be a prohibited residential unit type. Please see “Are there any areas of the County where Short-Term Rental Units are not allowed?” for more information.
Do I need to own the property I want to license as a Short-Term Rental Unit?
Yes. You must be an owner of the property. The applicant’s name will need to match the owner of record as held with the Clark County Assessor.
Do I have to be a natural citizen or U.S. citizen to apply if I am a property owner?
No. Licenses are available to any property owner meeting the eligibility requirements. Please see Section 7.100.060 of the ordinance for more information.
I own multiple properties in unincorporated Clark County; am I able to submit an application for each property?
Yes. However, each property address may only be entered into the Random Number Generator Selection Process once. Duplicative entries for a property address will be removed from consideration. Please use the FAQ section “Random Number Generator Selection Process” for more information.
My property is located inside a Master-Planned Community, Homeowners Association, or other Neighborhood or Community Association; am I eligible for a business license to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit?
Only if any applicable governing documents expressly allow the use of a property as a Short-Term Rental Unit or as transient lodging and proof must be included with your application. Please see “What are Governing Documents?” for more information.
Am I eligible to apply if my property is held by an LLC, trust, or other entity?
Possibly. The adopted ordinance requires all owners, and those with ownership interest be natural persons. Please see Section 7.100.060 of the ordinance for more information.
Are there any types of residential unit(s) that cannot operate as a Short-Term Rental Unit?
Yes. Section 7.100.080 of the adopted ordinance lists all types of ineligible rental units or restrictions that would eliminate a property from eligibility; including, but not limited to:
  • Recreational Vehicles (RVs), travel trailers, tents, and motor vehicles
  • Mobile or manufactured homes
  • Apartments
  • A multifamily dwelling where the rental of a single unit would result in more than ten percent (10%) of the building being used as a short-term rental
  • Any property currently used or designated as affordable housing or provided rental assistance under local, state, or federal law
  • Other properties may be excluded based on other provisions
Are there any areas of the County where Short-Term Rental Units are not allowed?
Yes. Short-Term Rental Units are prohibited in:
  • Town of Mt. Charleston
  • Moapa Township
  • Moapa Valley Township
  • Mesquite Township
  • Bunkerville Township
My property has a septic system; am I eligible for a Short-Term Rental Unit business license?
No. Any type of residential unit that is not connected to municipal wastewater is ineligible for use as a short-term rental. Please see Section 7.100.080 of the ordinance for more information.
My property is a part of a multifamily dwelling (i.e., a condominium). Am I eligible to apply for Short-Term Rental Unit business license?
Eligibility depends on the type and size of the multifamily dwelling.
  1. Allowable: If you own a property that is part of a condominium complex where rental of the individual property inside the multifamily attached dwelling is both:
    • Expressly permitted for use as a Short-Term Rental Unit or transient lodging by any governing documents, if applicable; and
    • Use of the dwelling as a Short-Term Rental Unit would equate to ten percent (10%) or less than the entire building being rented as a Short-Term Rental Unit.
      • Multifamily attached dwellings would need to have a minimum of ten (10) units, and in that instance only one (1) would be allowable for use as a Short-Term Rental Unit.
  2. Prohibited: Apartments are prohibited by AB363 and Section 7.100.80(e) of the adopted ordinance.
  3. Prohibited: Properties, including multifamily, inside common-interest communities whose governing documents do not expressly authorize the rental of a residential unit for transient lodging purposes are prohibited.
  4. Prohibited: Any multifamily attached dwelling where a Short-Term Rental Unit would equate to more than ten percent (10%) of the residential units being rented.
Can I rent my apartment, or a room in my apartment, as a Short-Term Rental Unit?
No. Apartments and apartment buildings are not allowed to be used as Short-Term Rental Units.

Random Number Generator Selection Process

When will the Random Number Generator Selection Process be available for entry?
Currently, the entry period is scheduled from Sept. 13, 2022 – March 13, 2023.
How long will I have to apply for entry into the Random Number Generator Selection Process?
Entry into the Random Number Generator Selection Process will be open for a six (6) month window from Sept. 13, 2022 – March 13, 2023.
Will I be given preference or priority on my application if I submit at the beginning of the Random Number Generator Selection Process entry window?
No; There is no priority in this process. All non-duplicative entries submitted during the scheduled six (6) month window will have equal opportunity for consideration.
Will I be able to submit my entry online or will I need an appointment?
  1. You will be able to apply online, once available. This page will be updated accordingly. The application period will be open from Sept. 13, 2022 through March 13, 2023.
  2. In-person entry will available, but only by appointment. Appointments will be open starting Sept. 6 for timeslots after Sept. 13. Please visit our Department of Business License Appointment Services webpage to schedule an appointment.
What information or documentation will I need to submit to enter the Random Number Generator Selection Process?
The Department of Business License is requiring very limited information for entry into the Random Number Generator Selection Process. Please visit our website to review pre-application requirements and any necessary documentation.
  • Any documentation will assist the Department of Business License in completing your application, if selected.
  • You will not be disqualified if you choose not to include certain documentation when submitting at this stage. All non-duplicative entries will be considered.
I need to provide my Assessor Parcel Number (APN) as part of the entry process. Where can I find this?
  1. An APN is individually assigned to your property/ parcel. A complete APN will be eleven (11) digits long, for example: 00000000000 or 000-00-000-000.
  2. You can find the APN number on paperwork related to the purchase of your property, or online at:
    1. The “Short-Term Rental Unit Business License Informational Map”, or
    2. Clark County “OpenWeb”
      1. Enter your property’s street address
      2. Once the map redirects to your property, look for the field “Parcel” in the top of the sidebar on the left side of the window.
Why do I need to provide a parcel number (APN) as part of the entry process?
The APN will be verified against property addresses provided to ensure one (1) entry per property address.
Can I enter my property multiple times under different applicant names?
No; the applicant’s name must match the records currently held by the Clark County Assessor. Each applicant, or applicants, should only submit one (1) application per property as duplicate entries for a single property will not be considered.
I own multiple properties; how many times can I enter each property into the Random Number Generator Selection Process?
Each property may only be entered into the Random Number Generator Selection Process once.

If a property is entered into the selection process more than once, the first entry (based on date and time of entry) will be used. All subsequent entries will be considered duplicate(s) and will be canceled, terminated, or otherwise removed from the Random Number Generator Selection Process.
I own multiple properties and I entered each individually. Am I able to obtain multiple licenses to operate if more than one of my properties is selected through the Random Number Generator Selection Process?
No. Each natural person or entity is limited to holding, or holding interest in, one (1) licensed short-term rental unit in the County. If you entered multiple properties and more than one (1) was selected, the first property selected through the Random Number Generator Selection Process will be used. All subsequent entries will be canceled, terminated, or otherwise removed.
Will fees be due during the Random Number Generator Selection Process?
No. Application fees, inspection fees, and initial licensing fees are not due, or collected, during the Random Number Generator Selection Process. If your application is selected, then the standard application, inspection, and initial licensing fees will be due prior to obtaining a business license.
I entered my property into the Random Number Generator Selection Process, but I am no longer interested in licensing my residence as a Short-Term Rental Unit. Can I withdraw my application?
Yes. If you are no longer interested in operating a Short-Term Rental Unit, please complete the “Short-Term Rental Unit Application Withdrawal” form and submit to: STR@ClarkCountyNV.gov.
I entered incorrect information in my entry to the Random Number Generator Selection Process, how can I make changes during the entry window?
Due to the expectation for a high volume of entries during the Random Number Generator Selection Process, the Department of Business License will not be able to correct or change your initial entry. Corrections and changes will be possible, if selected.

Exception: If you need to a make a substantive or major change to your entry, you will need to withdraw your initial entry and submit a new entry in its entirety. You may complete the withdrawal form once available and submit to: STR@ClarkCountyNV.gov.

Application Process and Requirements

How do I verify that my property is in unincorporated Clark County?
Clark County has developed an interactive website that can provide location details based on your property address.
  1. Visit the “Short-term Rental Unit Business License Informational Map
  2. Visit the Clark County “OpenWeb” to verify the property is in unincorporated Clark County.
    1. Enter your property’s street address.
    2. Once the map redirects to your property, look for the field “Jurisdiction” in the sidebar on the left side of the window.
When will the Department of Business License let us know what the application timeline is?
On Aug. 11, 2022, a thirty (30) day notification will be published notifying all potential applicants of the process, timeline, and any fees or documentation requirements.
When will the Department of Business License begin accepting applications for Short-Term Rental Unit business licenses?
The Department of Business License will begin accepting entries for the Random Number Generator Selection Process on Sept. 13, 2022, for a period of six (6) months.
If selected from the Random Number Generator Selection Process, will I be able to continue my application online or will I need an appointment?
  1. Applications will be available online. Please click here to apply. Communication with staff will be available electronically.
  2. In-person application will be available, but only by appointment. Please visit the Department of Business License “Appointment Services” page to schedule an appointment if selected.
My property is located inside a Master-Planned Community, Homeowners Association, or other Neighborhood or Community Association, will I need to provide any additional documentation?
Yes. If your property is located inside a common-interest community and the community has any governing documents (i.e., Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), etc.) which are used to regulate the appearance, use, and/ or maintenance of a property, you must provide proof the governing documents expressly allow the use of a property as either a Short-Term Rental Unit or for use as transient lodging. Please see “What are governing documents?” for more information.
Do I need to own the property to apply for a Short-Term Rental Unit business license?
Yes. The applicant’s name should match the owner of record as held with the Clark County Assessor.
What is the inspection process after initial application?
Fire Prevention’s inspection team will reach out to potential licensees during the application process to schedule inspections and provide safety requirements. Further details about the inspection process will be provided with the application packet, once available. Please see “Is there a complete list of requirements for the application process?” for more information.  
If I am accepted for the application process, how long will it be before I am licensed?
Each application is considered individually and timelines for licensing may vary. All required documentation must be received, reviewed, required fees paid, public safety inspections completed, and departmental approval received prior to licensing.
What documentation will I need to provide the County with my application?
All standards and required documentation for applying for a business license with the County is outlined in the ordinance Section 7.100.090. For more information as it becomes available; please visit the County’s general Short-Term Rental Unit Pre-Application webpage.
When can I apply for a business license to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit?
Clark County will be publishing a notice on Aug. 12, 2022 stating when the licensing process will begin. AB363 requires the County to give a thirty (30) day notice to the public prior to opening the licensing process. AB363 further mandates that the County have the application process available for a period of six (6) months.
If my property is held by an LLC, trust, or other entity, what documents will be needed to apply?
The ordinance requires all owners, and those with ownership interest be natural persons. During the application process you will be asked to disclose the ownership structure, including nested LLCs within one (1) degree of separation. All natural persons associated with the ownership disclosure must still meet the eligibility requirements set forth in the ordinance Section 7.100.060.
How often do I have to reapply for my Short-Term Rental Unit business license?
Applications are only needed once. The adopted ordinance provides for annual renewal of the license which is a separate process from applying for a business license. For more information about license renewals, please visit the Department of Business License’s “Billing and Payments” webpage.
Are there requirements, or restrictions, on the number of bedrooms a property must have to apply for a Short-Term Rental Unit business license?
No. However, the number of bedrooms should match the record on file with the Clark County Assessor.
What are the inspection requirements?
Minimum requirements and necessary safety measures for Short-Term Rental Units are set in the County’s ordinance in Section 7.100.170. Additional measures may be required by a public safety agency and can be provided directly by those agencies or departments during the application process.
Is there complete list of requirements for the application process?
All application requirements are listed in the adopted ordinance Section 7.100.090. The Department of Business License is currently working to create a full application packet with detailed information for potential licensees to review. Once the packet it complete, it will be uploaded to the Short-Term Rental Unit webpage.
What are the requirements for a local representative?
The local representative should be able to respond to any issue with the Short-Term Rental Unit within thirty (30) minutes and shall be available by phone twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to respond to and resolve complaints made via the complaint hotline or from any other source.

Licensing

What will I need to obtain from the County to operate a legal Short-Term Rental Unit?
Clark County will be issuing a business license to eligible applicants to operate a short-term rental. A valid business license number will be required to be included in any rental advertisements.
I own multiple properties; how many business licenses am I allowed to obtain to operate a Short-Term Rental Unit in unincorporated Clark County?
Each natural person or entity is limited to holding, or holding interest in, one (1) licensed short-term rental unit in residential areas of unincorporated Clark County.
When will the Department of Business License start licensing Short-Term Rental Units?
Applications review and licensure will start following the selection from all entries accepted during the six (6) month window, beginning no sooner than March 14, 2023.
My property was denied a license to operate as a Short-Term Rental Unit. Can I appeal the decision?
Yes. Any applicant who has been denied a Short-Term Rental Unit business license may request an administrative hearing before a hearing officer in accordance with the provisions of Section 6.04.090(j) of the Clark County Code.
How do I change my local representative on file with the County?
The Department of Business License should be notified within twenty-four (24) hours of any change to local representation and all updated contact information should be provided.

Clark County is developing a “Local Representative Change Form”. Once available it should be completed and emailed to: STR@ClarkCountyNV.gov.

Fees and Taxes

What fees are due during the Random Number Generator Selection Process?
None. Application fees, inspection fees, and initial licensing fees are only due if selected to follow through with the application process.
My application was selected, what fees are due?
A non-refundable application fee of $45.00, plus an inspection fee, and an initial application fee for the short-term rental unit initial licensing category fees based on the number of bedrooms as recorded with the Clark County Assessor’s office. All fees are due prior to being issued a license by the Department of Business License.

Fees
Number of Bedrooms Application Fee Inspection Fee Business License Annual Fee Fee Total
(Year 1)
Three (3) or fewer bedrooms $45.00 $150.00 $750.00 $945.00
More than three (3) bedrooms $45.00 $150.00 $1500.00 $1695.00
What is transient lodging tax?
For more information on Transient Lodging Tax, also known as Room Tax, please visit the Department of Business License's Transient Lodging Tax Guidance webpage.
Who pays transient lodging tax?
Transient lodging tax is due from any business or establishment that rents a sleeping room or space in a transient lodging establishment under a lease, concession, permit, right of access, license, contract, or agreement.(CCC 04.08.005(34))
Who collects transient lodging tax? Do I need to pay/ remit transient lodging tax directly to the Department of Business License?
  1. If you plan to solely list your short-term rental using an accommodations facilitator (i.e., Airbnb, Vrbo, Expedia, etc.), the accommodations facilitator is responsible for remitting any tax collected related to your short-term rental.
  2. If you choose not to use an accommodations facilitator (i.e., Airbnb, Vrbo, Expedia, etc.).
    • If the licensee collects payment directly from the guest, the appropriate transient lodging tax must be remitted to the County on a monthly basis. This remittance will need to be accompanied by any documentation or report(s) required by the Department. Please visit the Department of Business License's Transient Lodging Tax Guidance webpage for more information about remitting transient lodging tax directly.
How often will I need to renew my business license?
Annually. At time of renewal, the annual license fee based on the number of bedrooms as recorded with the Clark County Assessor’s office will be due. For more information about license renewals, please visit the Department of Business License’s “Billing and Payments” webpage.
Will I need to pay an inspection fee at time of license renewal?
Possibly. If the Department of Business License deems an additional inspection to be necessary during the renewal period, an inspection fee of $150 will be due to the Department in addition to the annual renewal fee.

Restrictions and Enforcement

Can I rent or advertise a room in my property (house, condominium, etc.) as a short-term rental without a license?
No. Short-Term Rental Units that advertise and/ or operate without a valid and unexpired business license may be subject to enforcement action subject to Section 7.10.230 of the ordinance.
What are the restrictions if my property is held in an LLC, trust, or other entity?
Under Section 7.100.060 of the adopted ordinance, a short-term rental business license may only be issued to an eligible property owner, defined as “natural persons, business entities or personal or family trusts identified as the owner(s) of the residential unit as determined by the records of Clark County Assessor as of the date of the application for a Short-Term Rental License” with certain restrictions.

These restrictions include:
  • A natural person must be 18 years of age or older; and
  • In the case of a trust or other business entity, each of the shareholders, partners, members, managers, officers, principals, and beneficiaries, as applicable, must be natural persons, over the age of 18; and
  • At the time of application, Clark County will ask for applicants to disclose the identities of any of the above shareholders, etc. to ensure compliance with the requirement of the ordinance that each applicant for a license may only hold financial interest in one (1) license.

Generally, if your LLC or personal or family trust is itself owned, operated or managed by another LLC, trust, or other business entity, then you will not be eligible to obtain a Short-Term Rental License for that property. See Section 7.100.060 of the ordinance for further information. 

Is there a distance separation requirement between short-term rental units?
Yes. Clark County’s ordinance establishes a 1,000 foot distance separation between licensed short-term rentals measured from nearest property line to nearest property line.
Why is there a distance separation requirement between short-term rental units?
The distance separation requirement is a mandatory requirement in AB363 for the County’s ordinance. While the bill established a minimum distance separation of 660 feet between licensed short-term rentals, Section 10.5 of AB363 expressly permits the Board of County Commissioners to adopt requirements more restrictive than those set forth in the bill. The County’s adoption of a 1,000-foot distance separation matches the distance separation that the city of Henderson also adopted.
Are there other distance separation requirements, other than those between licensed short-term rental units?
Yes. There should be a minimum separation between Short-Term Rental Units and resort hotels of 2,500 feet measured from nearest property line to nearest property line.
What is the maximum occupancy of a Short-Term Rental Unit?
Either two (2) persons or less per bedroom or a maximum ten (10) persons per residential unit, whichever is less.

For example, an eligible property with three (3) bedrooms would have a maximum occupancy of six (6) people, as it follows the two or less per bedroom. However, an eligible property with six (6) bedrooms would have a maximum occupancy of ten (10) people as it follows the maximum occupancy per unit.
What are the parking requirements in the ordinance?
The ordinance requires vehicles to utilize all residential on-site parking before utilizing street parking. All vehicles shall be parked in accordance with applicable existing laws and regulations.
How will I know if my property has received a "Notice of Violation"?
A written notice will be issued for any person(s) accused of violating a county ordinance.
  • In the case of a violation alleging the operation of a short-term rental unit without a valid, unexpired Short-Term Rental Business License, a written violation must be issued to the property owner.
The written notice shall clearly set forth:
  • The nature of the violation(s)
  • The required action(s) to correct the violation(s)
  • The date by which the violation(s) must be corrected
  • That failure to take corrective action in accordance with the written notice may result in the issuance of a citation and/or the suspension or revocation of the Short-Term Rental Business License, if applicable.
How much are fines for violations?
Fines are dependent upon the types of violation. Fines can be issued to unlicensed or licensed operators of a Short-Term Rental Unit depending on the type of violation. Each violation shall be subject to a separate fine, and fines may be assessed cumulatively in the same citation.

Fines explained:
  1. Illegal, or unlicensed, operation of a short-term rental unit: a fine of not less than $1,000 and not more than $10,000 per day, to be determined by violation. Each violation of the Chapter shall be subject to a separate fine.
  2. All other violations: a fine equivalent to the nightly rental value of the residential unit or room within the residential unit or $500.00, whichever is greater. For each subsequent violation: a fine equivalent to the nightly rental value of the residential unit or room within the residential unit or $1,000.00, whichever is greater.
Can a property lose its business license once it has been approved?
A Short-Term Rental Unit business license may be suspended or revoked for violations of the requirements of the ordinance. Any suspension or revocation will be based on existing processes in the Clark County Code.
My property's business license to operate as a Short-Term Rental Unit was suspended or revoked. Can I appeal the decision?
If you receive a notice of violation, you can appeal and request a hearing. The hearing process is described in Section 6.04.100 of Clark County Code.

Filing a Complaint

How can I submit a complaint regarding a Short-Term Rental Unit in my neighborhood?
For now, residents should continue to report issues to FixIt Clark County. Clark County is currently working on setting up a dedicated hotline to address complaints and once the hotline becomes available, complaints may be routed to the hotline twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week.
Will the County's community Short-Term Rental Unit hotline be answered by a live person?
Yes. The County is currently working to contract with a vendor for this service. The intent is to have a live operator answering the hotline twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week.
The Short-Term Rental Unit in my neighborhood is being loud. What does the ordinance state is an allowable noise level?
Short-Term Rental Units are prohibited from unreasonably annoying or disturbing the quiet, comfort, or repose of any persons of ordinary sensibilities. Also prohibited is the use of outdoor amenities, such as pools, spas, barbecues, and firepits during the hours of 10 P.M. to 7 A.M.
The guests at the Short-Term Rental Unit in my neighborhood keep parking in front of my house. Is this allowed?
The ordinance requires vehicles to utilize all residential on-site parking before utilizing street parking. All vehicles shall be parked in accordance with applicable existing laws and regulations.
Are parties allowed?
No. Parties, weddings, events, or other gatherings which exceed the maximum occupancy of the residential unit established by the County’s adopted ordinance are prohibited.