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Short Term Rental Regulations and Permitting
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Nicholas Hufford
Clear Creek Planning Department

1111 Rose Street
PO Box 2000
Georgetown, CO  80444

Ph: (303) 679-2362
Fx: (303) 567-1103

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

IF YOU RECENTLY RECEIVED A NOTICE IN THE MAIL REGARDING YOUR SHORT TERM RENTAL, PLEASE CONTACT:   

For additional information concerning the regulations:
The Clear Creek County Planning Department 
(303) 679-2362
or

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Clear Creek County has recently adopted new regulations for Short Term Rental properties.  The Short Term Rental Regulations include the requirement to obtain an annual permit and have a one time inspection performed by the County Building Official.  These requirements are intended to assure that short term rentals meet minimum health and safety guidelines and minimize impacts to residential neighbor.

You must file for a Short Term Rental Permit if you meet either of these definitions:

Short Term Rental - The nightly or weekly rental of dwellings, dwelling units, mobile homes or rooms, excluding hotels and motels, that accommodates up to eight (8) individuals at one time, for less than 30 consecutive days, including but not limited to: single family dwellings, duplexes, multi-family swellings, townhomes, condominiums, time share, or similar dwellings.

Large Short Term Rental - A short term rental that accommodates nine (9) or more individuals at one time

A permit is required for each short term rental. You can now obtain your permit online at https://clearcreekcounty.munirevs.comIf you intend to use a property as a short term rental, you must obtain a permit no later than September 1, 2018

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to our team at .

ADDITIONAL FEES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR COMPLIANCE

An initial building inspection fee of $100.00 will be a part of the permitting process, additional steps and potentially fees may be required to come into compliance with the Building Department.

If an unsuitable or undocumented On-Site Waste Water System is being used, additional steps and potentially fees will be required to come into compliance with Environmental Health.

More steps/fees may be required on an individual basis to come into code compliance.