Short Term Vacation Rentals have become a prominent topic among local San Diego communities and city government. Several upcoming meetings will play a significant role in determining the future of the opportunity in San Diego.  The threat of a potential ban has become a reality. We urge you to attend the upcoming meetings, where you will have the opportunity to speak on behalf of our thriving industry, to the representatives responsible for voting on recommendations that may ultimately change the city's municipal code.  The future operation of short term vacation rentals is at stake and the wrong decision could eliminate millions in tourist spending from our community.
Upcoming Meeting:
City of San Diego Land Use Meeting 
April 22, 2015 @ 8:30am
San Diego City Hall
202 C Street (12th floor City Council Room)
San Diego, CA 92101
Please email your opinions to: RPurdy@sandiego.gov with the Subject: We support STVR’s
To email you opinions to Mayor Faulconer and your City Councilmembers, CLICK HERE.

San Diego Vacation Rental Managers Alliance (SDVRMA) is a group of vacation rental companies and supporters in San Diego, California created by area vacation rental companies to provide local opportunities for collaboration and industry support.  As the San Dego Vacation Rental Managers Alliance, our goal is to inform our communities of the benefits that vacation rentals provide, both economic and tourism. 

NEW ASSESSMENT — San Diego Marketing Tourism District (SDTMD)

Effective Jan 1, 2013 all lodging businesses including vacation rentals must charge the "San Diego TMD Assessment" which for most vacation homes will be an additional 0.55% in addition to the already collected 10.5% Transient Occupancy Tax. The date on which all TOT/TMD payments must be made on line has been extended to July 1, 2013. Office of the City Treasurer's website.

Update: May 31, 2013- After much debate and negotiations between the TMD Board and Mayor Filner, the TMD funds have finally been released. Mayor Filner signed the operating agreement, releasing millions of dollars necessary to keep the TMD's doors open.

For more updates please visit our News page.

Good Neighbor Program

Our commitment to uphold the stature of the vacation rental industry in our city means we will abide and enforce city rules and regulations as a way to ensure the proper representation of what we stand for!

Enjoying San Diego’s Fall Season

Upcoming Events:

City of San Diego Land Use Committee Meeting

The City of San Diego Land Use Committee will be holding public comment on potential changes to the municipal code regarding short term vacation rentals

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 | 8:30am

San Diego City Hall

202 C Street, 12th floor City Council Committee Room, San Diego, CA 92101

CLICK HERE for more information. 

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