The St. Tammany
Parish Council will hold a public meeting to discuss a proposed Parish
Ordinance concerning short-term rentals. The Council is looking for public
input on changing certain existing commercial zoning classifications in an
effort to better manage where short-term rental properties may be located.
The meeting will take place in the St. Tammany Parish Council Chambers (21490 Koop Dr.
Mandeville), on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, and will begin at . The public meeting will allow
residents to see the proposed ordinance, listen to a short presentation that
will give context to this issue, as well as ask questions and give input.
Residents or interested parties may download a draft copy of the proposed
ordinance here. The Parish Council is asking that
citizens who plan to attend, and who have questions they would like
addressed, to fill out a yellow question card. If a resident is unable to
attend the meeting, comments may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or by calling the Council Office at 985-898-2591.
In an effort to inform citizens of the issue, the Parish Council wants
citizens to know that when referring to short-term rentals, this description
includes websites, mobile apps and companies like Airbnb,
VRBO, HomeAway, and many others.