Save the Date! Mission Beach Town Council Elections November 13th at 6pm. Must be a member for 30 days to vote!  (9/25/19)

  • It is vital to show up and vote for board members that will fight for reasonable STR regulations when this issue is revisited by our city officials.

  • To be eligible to vote you must be a member in good standing for more than 30 days. If you have not joined, please do so by October 10th. Click here to join

  • You must be present to vote! There is no proxy or absentee voting.
     

Restrictive STR State bill AB1731 shelved! (7/10/19)

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Mission Beach Town Council Votes to approve STR proposal, recommendations will be sent to city officials. (6/12/19)

The sub-committee was comprised of community member's on both sides of this issue. We feel it's a workable solution that addresses community concerns while protecting the longstanding and vital STR aspect of Mission Beach. This proposal will be sent to City officials for them to consider when drafting their new proposal, which we expect to happen later this year.

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Help Save STRs in coastal zone from State bill (5/30/19)

The California Assembly is considering AB 1731, which seeks to regulate short-term rentals within the San Diego Coastal Zone. Specifically, the bill would limit hosting to ones’ full time primary residence. The bill defines full time as 270 days per year. In addition, it would limit unhosted stays to 30 days per year per platform (90 days total). The bill would have a crushing impact on coastal tourism industry as well as families and individuals who want to affordably visit the coast.

Click here for Bill Info

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After successful referendum, City Council votes 8-1 to rescind ordinance! (10/22/18)

Coverage in the UT

Over the last few months, tens of thousands of local residents stood up in support of the long standing vacation rental community through signing petitions, testifying at hearings, and speaking with their neighbors.
This rescission passed because voters want regulations that protect private property rights, encourage tourism, weed out bad actors and create an enforceable regulatory structure. We believe there is a better way to regulate short-term rentals in San Diego and look forward to working with the City and all stakeholders to find a solution that works.
We couldn't have gotten this far without the leadership of Share San Diego and your donations. We have a long and expensive road ahead to get to a fair compromise. Please continue to support our cause so we can fight on your behalf!

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