Sec. 27-284. Short-Term Rentals.
The use of a dwelling for a short-term rental is allowed in the A, R-R, S-R, R-1, R-2, R-3, R-M, R-T, R-O, and C-2 districts, and also in the O-D, C-1, and C-2A districts only if there is a current, valid conditional use permit allowing a residential use. The following conditions apply to all zoning districts:
(1) The operator holds a valid license from the city, as required in Chapter 13, Article XVII.
(2) The maximum number of persons who may occupy the short-term rental is calculated using the total number of sleeping areas on the licensed premises multiplied by two, up to a maximum of 12 persons, as described in Section 13-372 and Section 13-371.
(3) No more than 10% of the total dwelling units in a multi-family premises or a tiny house park or subdivision may be used or registered as short-term rentals. Regardless of the 10% cap, a multi-family premises or a tiny house park or subdivision may have at least one short-term rental unit.
(4) No signs are permitted for short-term rentals in the zoning districts A, R-R, S-R, R-1, R-2, R-3, R-M, R-T, R-O and O-D.
(5) The use of a short-term rental for the following is prohibited:
(a) Housing sex offenders;
(b) Operating a structured sober living home or similar enterprise;
(c) Selling illegal drugs;
(d) Selling alcohol or another activity that requires a permit or license under the Nebraska Liquor Control Act, or
(e) Operating a sexually oriented business.
Source: Ord. No. Ord. No. 5738, § 3, 6-7-21; Ord. No. 5799, § 10, 9-6-22;