Short Term Lodging (Rentals)
NOTICE: Short term lodging permit renewal forms and the owner annual Uniform Transient Occupancy Tax (UTOT) forms will be mailed out at the end of September. The short term lodging permit renewal fee is $89.
Please note that the renewal and UTOT forms are not available online, so look for them in your mail the first 10 days of October. If you have not received the mailing by October 15, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note we will not be able to accommodate requests before October 15, 2022. Additionally, you cannot remit the forms and payments online. You will need to return the forms in person to the Revenue counter at City Hall, or mail them back in the enclosed envelope.
Both forms and applicable payments are due back to the City by October 31, 2022
On October 6th, we will be holding a workshop on completing the required forms to renew your short term lodging permit. To RSVP for the event, CLICK HERE.
Short term lodging is allowed in Newport Beach but is limited to certain residential districts and requires a business license and short term lodging permit from the City.
The short term lodging market has experienced substantial growth in recent years in large part due to the increased use of online hosting platforms such as AirBnb, Homeaway, VRBO and many others. While diversified lodging options are needed for visitors and create revenue opportunities for homeowners, the City has regulations in place to ensure the interests and needs of everyone in the community are heard and balanced.
Please click on one of the above links if you are interested in learning more about the City’s short term lodging regulations, application process ,or to file a complaint regarding a property that is being used for short term lodging in your neighborhood.