Short-Term Rentals in Lakewood

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey, which is now closed. Your comments have been shared with Lakewood City Council as they consider how to proceed on this issue.

To allow more time for community discussion, the City Council has rescheduled the study session about short-term rentals to May 6. As the meeting date gets closer, you can view the agenda and packet at Lakewood.org/CityCouncilMeetings.

Over the past few years, the City of Lakewood has increasingly received inquiries from residents about their ability to use their homes as short-term rentals. Short-term rentals are considered rentals of individual rooms or an entire home for 30 days or less. The City of Lakewood is requesting public comment on whether to allow short-term rentals (STR) in residential neighborhoods. City Council would like to hear the potential positive and negative impacts you think short-terms rentals may have on your neighborhoods.

Feel free to check back here for any future updates.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey, which is now closed. Your comments have been shared with Lakewood City Council as they consider how to proceed on this issue.

To allow more time for community discussion, the City Council has rescheduled the study session about short-term rentals to May 6. As the meeting date gets closer, you can view the agenda and packet at Lakewood.org/CityCouncilMeetings.

Over the past few years, the City of Lakewood has increasingly received inquiries from residents about their ability to use their homes as short-term rentals. Short-term rentals are considered rentals of individual rooms or an entire home for 30 days or less. The City of Lakewood is requesting public comment on whether to allow short-term rentals (STR) in residential neighborhoods. City Council would like to hear the potential positive and negative impacts you think short-terms rentals may have on your neighborhoods.

Feel free to check back here for any future updates.