An ordinance amending Section 12.03, 12.22, and 19.01 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) to regulate the use of non-primary residences for short-term rentals as Vacation Rentals, and to establish related fees and fines. The proposed
ordinance establishes procedures for the issuance, renewal, suspension and revocation of Vacation Rental permits, caps on the number of Vacation Rental permits available citywide and in certain geographies, limitations on the number of permits
any individual may obtain, prohibitions on types of housing units that may be used as Vacation Rentals, including Accessory Dwelling Units, rent controlled (RSO) units, and income-restricted housing, and operational standards for Vacation Rentals.
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