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Often facilitated by peer-to-peer websites such as VRBO.com and AirBnB.com, short-term rentals are residential properties available for rent for a period ranging from 1 to 29 days. Pursuant to the Denver Revised Municipal Code the City and County of Denver requires hosts to get a license in order to offer a short-term rental in their primary residence, meaning the place in which a person's habitation is fixed for the term of the license and is the person's usual place of return. A person can have only one primary residence.
Apply for a new short-term rental license
Renew a short-term rental license
Information regarding laws, rules, and regulations for short-term rentals.
Answers to frequently asked questions
If you have an issue with a short-term rental operation in your neighborhood
Paying your citation
Agendas, meeting minutes and presentations for short-term rentals
How to videos to submit short-term rental applications online
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