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City of Lake Oswego Oregon - Luscher Farm

PP 17-0004: Short-Term Rentals

Project Background/Summary

In Lake Oswego, short-term rental (<30 days) of rooms or homes to overnight guests is permitted only as a hotel or motel use. This is allowed in five of the city’s commercial and mixed-use zones, but not allowed in residential zones.

During the 2017 Planning Commission goal-setting process, comments were submitted encouraging the City to permit short-term rentals, and the City Council then directed the Planning Commission to develop standards for this use in Lake Oswego.

Updates

The City Council has a study session tentatively scheduled for June 20, 2017.  For more information regarding the Council's agenda and schedule, please contact Anne-Marie Simpson, City Recorder, (503) 534-4225.

Planning Commission Work Session #2 is tentatively scheduled for July 24, 2017.

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PLANNING COMMISSION WORK SESSION #1 - MAY 8, 2017

The Commission will review background on short-term rentals and provide initial input to City Council on the scope of potential land use regulations addressing this use in residential zones. The City Council is scheduled to hold a study session on the topic June 20 where staff will seek direction regarding any code amendment to be brought forward.

Staff Memo, 04/27/17

Supplemental Information - Lake Oswego Airbnb Statistics 2011-2016

To visit the meeting webpage and view the video, click here.

ID

PP 17-0004

Type

Planning Project

Contact Us

Sarah Selden, Senior Planner
503-697-6524 or e-mail

Status

Active