White Salmon Clarifies STR Moratorium

The City of White Salmon is clarifying the details of a six-month moratorium on short-term rentals adopted by city councilors last week.  A statement from the City says the moratorium allows any short-term rental that is currently permitted by the city through a municipal business license obtained by the property owner that has registered their short-term rental with the City to continue to operate.  The moratorium also provides an amnesty program for any property owner that currently has bookings for their short-term rental as of July 21.   Those property owners will need to document their bookings, and then obtain a city business license and register their short-term rental with the City within 30 days of the date of the moratorium.  Other new short-term rentals will not be allowed during the moratorium.  A public hearing will be held before the White Salmon City Council on September 1.

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