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Non-Owner Occupied Tourist Homes Specific IUP Criteria <br /> 1) The owner shall not occupy the premises during the rental period. <br /> 2) No meals shall be catered. <br /> 3) In MU-N, B-1, and residential zoning districts, the number of guests limited to a <br /> maximum of twelve (12) at one time or 1 per 1,500 square foot of lot area, <br /> whichever is smaller. This computation shall include any other dwelling units on the <br /> property. Provided that properties with valid rental certificates as of 6/21/17 shall <br /> be permitted to convert one existing rental unit to a Tourist Home and rent to the <br /> number of guests listed on the rental certificate. Any additional Tourist Home units <br /> on the same lot must comply with the lot area standard. <br /> 4) The use shall be subject to the 30% Rental Housing Rule. <br /> 5) The use shall be subject to the city's hotel/motel tax as defined in Chapter 64 as of <br /> 7/1/2018 and be operated in accordance with state law notwithstanding conforming <br /> or non-conforming use status. <br /> 6) Parking—One off-street parking space per two guests. Provided that properties with <br /> valid rental certificates as of 6/21/17 shall be permitted to convert one existing <br /> rental unit into a Tourist Home without providing additional parking. <br /> 7) Guest stay per person shall be limited to a maximum of twenty-nine (29) continuous <br /> days within a sixty (60) day period. <br /> 8) One unlighted exterior sign shall be permitted. The sign shall not exceed two square <br /> feet in area and be attached flat to the wall of the principal structure. <br /> 9) A home must be inspected and licensed pursuant to City Code Chapter 33A and all <br /> other applicable city, county and state housing, building, fire and environmental <br /> health codes and ordinances. Proof of such licensing must be submitted to the <br /> Community Development Department. Initial City licensing for properties in the R-R, <br /> R-S, R-1, R-1.51 R-21 R-3, MU-N. B-1 and AG/NR districts shall be subject to the <br /> Interim Use Permit (IUP) process. Properties shall be inspected prior to application <br /> for the IUP. The Interim Use Permit shall be valid for the same term period as a <br />