(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to make available a short-term rental unit for rent or lease within the corporate limits and extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction of the city unless such person holds a valid license therefor.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person, regardless of license status, to rent a short-term rental unit to more than the number of persons calculated as the total number of sleeping areas on the licensed premises multiplied by two, up to a maximum of 12 persons.
(c) It shall be unlawful for a person, regardless of the license status, to allow occupants of a short-term rental unit to sleep in areas that are not sleeping areas as defined in this article.
(d) It shall be unlawful for a person, regardless of the license status, to rent a short-term rental unit to anyone without informing the short-term renter what areas are not permitted for sleeping.
(e) The use of a short-term rental for the following is prohibited:
(1) Housing sex offenders;
(2) Operating a structured sober living home or similar enterprise;
(3) Selling illegal drugs;
(4) Selling alcohol or another activity that requires a permit or license under the Nebraska Liquor Control Act, or
(5) Operating a sexually oriented business.
(f) Any person making available a short-term rental unit shall provide contact information to all renters for someone who can respond on behalf of the licensee and reach the short-term rental unit within 45 minutes in case of an emergency or other issue.
Source: Ord. No. 5738, § 1, 6-7-21;