Regulating Short-Term Rentals in California's Costal Cities: Harmonizing Local Ordinances with the California Costal Act
In the past several years, local governments throughout California have debated and implemented new ordinances in order to regulate short-term rentals, such as those listed on peer-to-peer vacation rental platforms like Airbnb.California’s coastal cities face distinct challenges whentrying to regulate short-term rentals due to the popularity of short-term rentals in their jurisdictions, rising housing prices along the coast, and California Coastal Act requirements. One of the primary goals of the California Coastal Act is to maximize public access to the coast. This Article explores the interplay between state policy embodied by the Coastal Act and the ordinances passed by local governments in order to provide recommendations as to how coastal cities can create regulations that best balance the varying interests surrounding short-term rentals.
Lucy Humphreys, Regulating Short-Term Rentals in California's Costal Cities: Harmonizing Local Ordinances with the California Costal Act, 52 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 309 (2019).
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