Short Term Rental Alliance of San Diego
We are a group of regular people living in the City of San Diego utilizing home-sharing sites such as AirBNB, VRBO, and many others list private rooms, couches, or our entire homes online to share with other people when they come to town.
Our alliance was established in January 2015 to lobby our local politicians in the City of San Diego to create beneficial, meaningful, and clear regulations for home-sharing & short term rentals, as none currently exist within San Diego municipal codes. Read more about why we came into existence here.
We have established our website to provide information to other hosts, city politicians, our neighbors, and the public about home sharing and short term rentals, the benefits they bring to San Diego, current regulations that affect hosts, and proposed changes to municipal and tax laws.
Savings Renting A Private Room via Home Sharing vs Hotel
Savings Renting A Home via Home-Sharing vs Hotel Room
City Council Hearing – July 16th
- Permitting with fees
- Affordable housing impact fee to be charged nightly
- Good Neighbor Policies
- Minimum 3 night stays in coastal and downtown zones
- Limit on number of permits a person can obtain
Get Involved & Take Action
Your voice matters! Whether you are a host, employee, business, or neighbor – you are a stakeholder in the conversation for sensible short-term rental regulation in San Diego. Please join the STRASD newsletter to stay informed, share your voice with your City Council member, and continue to share the finest our wonderful city has to offer with the many guests from around the world staying in an STR here in San Diego!
Individuals who list all or a portion of their home on a home sharing service, and host someone for less than 30 days also fall into this category.
Guests are typically looking for a “local, intimate” experience that corporate, commercial hotels can’t provide – they want to meet new people, make new friends, experience the best our city has to offer, and also mitigate the financial burden that staying with a commercial, corporate hotel/motel would entail.