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    Coconino County's Short-Term Rental Ordinance Passes

    The unincorporated parts of Coconino County, Ariz., will be subject to a short-term rental (STR) ordinance after the Coconino County Board of Supervisors on August 8 voted to approve a set of local regulations for STR owners. The ordinance will go into effect on Nov. 14. After a 120-day implementation period, STRs will need to be registered with the county and provide proof of liability insurance. An emergency contact, who must respond to resident or renter complaints or concerns within 72 hours, has to be officially designated. The ordinance also prohibits the use of STRs for parties and large events and requires that renters use the property as a temporary single-family dwelling.

    Arizona Daily Sun (08/10/23) Sierra Ferguson

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