Dallas officials say the earliest the City Council would make a decision on what to do about short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods is the spring. The council is tentatively scheduled to be briefed April 4 on the latest recommendations to regulate properties listed on platforms. Dallas has had at least three task forces since 2020 examining stricter short-term rental rules. The City Plan Commission in December approved recommendations to change the development code forcing them to operate in nonresidential areas. Assistant City Manager Carl Simpson said the delay will help Dallas’ code compliance department sort out how it can properly enforce the new rules.
Dallas Morning News (02/21/23) Everton Bailey Jr.