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By requiring rental properties be licensed, the City helps ensure owners, operators and managers are taking reasonable steps to provide a safe, secure, sanitary and reasonably nuisance-free environment for tenants and neighboring residents.
Requiring rental licenses and minimum standards helps maintain property values and assure the preservation of the City's existing housing supply.
Individual Unit (single-family, condo or townhome) - Within Association or Same Building:Owners that rent out individual units located within an association or within the same building will be charge $160 for each individual unit within the building or association.
Townhome Complex:Owners who rent out multi-unit townhomes within a townhome rental complex will be charged $85 per building and $11 per unit.
Manufactured Home Parks:Manufactured home park owners who own and rent out individual homes within their park will be charged $260 per park and $45 per rented manufactured home. Individual manufactured home owners (who do not own the park in which their home is located) who rent out their unit will be subject to the individual unit fee of $160.
If violations are found, the property owner or designee will receive a detailed inspection report highlighting the code violations. The letter will also indicate a time frame for the items to be remedied or repaired. The property owner or designee must correct the violations and schedule a re-inspection of the rental property within the time frame specified. Once all violations are properly corrected, the City will issue the rental dwelling license.