The Kerrville City Council recently adopted Ordinance 2022-30, which created Chapter 80 within the municipal code, requiring permitting and outlining certain rules regarding the operation of short-term rentals. All short-term rentals are now required to apply for an annual permit for operation within the city limits and renew the permit annually. Anyone located in the Extra-Terrestrial Jurisdiction (ETJ) does not need to apply for a short-term rental permit. Initial registration fees are $100. Annual renewal fees will cost $50.
STR owners that previously had been issued a conditional use permit or have been issued a conditional use permit or are in a zoning area allowed by right are required by Section 80-5(b) to apply for a permit. The section states, “Short-term rental units with a valid conditional use permit (CUP) or that are allowed by right per the Zoning Code, are required to obtain a permit under the provisions of Chapter 80 on or before June 1, 2023.
Short-term rental owners/operators can get more information following the link to get descriptions of the zoning districts and for video instructions on how to apply for an STR permit at: https:??kerrvilletx.gov/2007/Short-term-Rental-Units.
The City of Kerrville is excited to announce it is offering premium viewing for this year's annular solar eclipse on October 14 at the Fourth Annual Kerrville River Festival in Louise Hays Park. NASA has designated Kerrville as a major viewing partner in the U.S. for the annular eclipse and […]