Stillwater Residents Asked to Weigh in on Short-term Home Rental Policies

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September 27, 2016 10:52 AM

Stillwater city leaders are asking residents to weigh in on short-term home rental policies.

Currently, the city code does not allow Stillwater residents to rent out their homes for short-term stays, meaning residents can’t participate in Airbnb and other similar trends.


However, that could change.

The Stillwater City Council is asking community members to fill out a short questionnaire to share their input about the issue. The city council will then use that input and other cities' policies and best practices to decide whether Stillwater should develop some regulations that address short-term home rentals.


Jennie Lissarrague

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