The Salida City Council and Planning Commission have worked to establish regulations for Short-Term Rental housing within the City of Salida. On April 18, 2017, the City Council adopted new regulations for Short-Term Rental housing within the City of Salida. These regulations became effective on May 21, 2017.
The regulations allow for a limited number of licenses to be issued based upon specific calculations and spacing requirements prescribed by City Ordinances. The standards can be viewed in the following attachment.
Licenses will be issued on a first come-first served basis for completed applications that are received on and after June 8, 2017. Licenses are available unless a notice is posted on the start of this website. License applications will not be placed on a waiting list. As additional licenses become available, they will also be issued on a first come-first serve basis without the ability to be placed on a waiting list.
The initial license fees and the renewal license fees are established by resolution of City Council. The application for both licenses can be found at the following link.
Self-inspections are acceptable and required for licensing. The self-inspection form can be found at the following link.
New Short Term Rental applications for all Residential and Industrial Zone Districts are required to submit General Development and Administrative Review Applications to the Community Development Department for review and processing. The fees are established by resolution of City Council. The General Development and Administrative Review Applications can be found at the following links respectively.
An occupation tax is levied on the business of leasing or renting of rooms or other accommodations within the City of Salida, for less than thirty (30) consecutive days. The CO Sales Tax License Number needs to be obtained from the State of Colorado. This can be found at the following link.