Town of Telluride: Short-Term Rental Software Rentalscape to Launch 6/26; Training 6/27!

Town of Telluride: Short-Term Rental Software Rentalscape to Launch 6/26; Training 6/27!

The Town of Telluride announces short-term rental software Rentalscape to launch.

Town to host community meeting to discuss regulations, software navigation.

To learn more about the new software, training sessions, licensing and fee structures, required affidavits, and more, please visit bit.ly/telluridestr.

To learn more about the history of short-term rental policy, third-party study, open houses and community meetings, work sessions, and more, please visit bit.ly/totstrstudy.

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The Town of Telluride will launch its new software, Rentalscape, to administer and monitor short-term rental (STR) applications, licensing, tax remittance, tracking, and management on Wednesday, June 26, 2024. Upon launch, property owners and managers can submit applications for 2024 short-term rental licenses and file 2024 taxes to date, both of which are due by August 15, 2024.

Following the conclusion of the Town’s Short-Term Rental Study in the fall of 2023, Town Council passed an ordinance amending the Telluride Municipal Code, decreasing short-term rental business license fees, implementing an admin fee and a regulatory fee, and adding licensing categories with different fee structures.

The Town overhauled the short-term rental program to accommodate new changes and implement desired tracking and monitoring software.

In November, the Town began working with Rentalscape to implement new software to simplify processes and procedures for property owners and property management teams. The Town has applied the new licensing categories and fee structures to all 2024 short-term rental applications.

“We greatly appreciate everybody’s patience while we work to simplify our systems and launch our new platform,” said Business Licensing & STR Program Administrator Ashley Berard. “We look forward to working with our owners and managers to implement our new licenses, fees, and software so the Town can efficiently monitor and regulate short-term rentals.”

The Town will host a hybrid training session on Thursday, June 27, at Rebekah Hall from 12 pm to 2 pm to review the new licensing categories, fee structures, forms, and software. A hands-on demonstration will walk attendees through Rentalscape, with a step-by-step guide to applying for the various licenses and complying with new short-term rental regulations.

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