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f VA t o MEMORANDUM <br /> o s� <br /> r� � } n <br /> U n <br /> ORE GCO) <br /> TO: Planning Commission <br /> FROM: Scot Siegel, Planning and Building Services Director <br /> Bill Youngblood, Senior Code Enforcement Specialist <br /> SUBJECT: Short-Term Rentals—Work Session 6 (LU 18-0034) <br /> DATE: February 19, 2019 MEETING DATE: February 25, 2019 <br /> ACTION <br /> Review a preliminary draft of the amendments to the Community Development Code regulating <br /> Short-Term Rentals (STRs), and provide input to staff on finalizing the amendments for a public <br /> hearing on April 22. <br /> EXECUTIVE SUMMARY <br /> As directed by City Council and pursuant to the Planning Commission's 2018 Work Plan, the <br /> Commission has spent the past year soliciting public comment and researching best practices <br /> on planning for Short-Term Rentals (STRs).1 For reference, please refer to the prior Planning <br /> Commission Staff Reports for: <br /> • Work Session #1: Council Direction, Background, Scope, Schedule—June, 25, 2018 <br /> • Work Session #2: Existing Regulations and Issues—July 23, 2018 <br /> • Work Session #3: Research —August 13, 2018 <br /> • Work Session #4: Survey Results and Additional Research — November 14, 2018 <br /> • Work Session #5: Code Concepts— February 11, 2019 <br /> On February 11, 2019, the Planning Commission reviewed a concept for implementing Short- <br /> Term Rentals following the "Social Model," per City Council direction. This would allow home <br /> sharing in conjunction with a residential use, akin to Home Occupation, where residents host <br /> visitors in their homes for a fee. The Commission also discussed allowing exceptions to certain <br /> Home Occupation regulations with Conditional Use Permit [if CUP option is elected]approval <br /> 1 Lake Oswego code defines transient lodging as overnight accommodations for 30 days or less. [LOC 24.02.010 <br /> Transient Lodging Tax]The city's development code [LOC 50.03.002 Use Table] does not define or classify short- <br /> term rentals or bed and breakfast inns;all types of transient lodging are classified as Hotels,which are allowed <br /> only in commercial zones. <br /> 503.635.0290 380 A Avenue PO Box 369 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 www.ci.oswego.or.us <br />