1319.10  TRANSIENT RENTAL REGULATIONS.
   No owner of a dwelling unit shall permit the dwelling unit to be rented to, or occupied by, transient renters, except as set forth in this Section.
   (a)   Renter Occupied Dwelling Units:  No owner of a dwelling unit licensed as a rental unit hereunder shall permit the rental unit to be rented to, or occupied by, transient renters.
   (b)   Owner Occupied Dwelling Units: The owner of a dwelling unit may have transient rentals, provided as follows:
      (1)   The total number of calendar days, or parts of calendar days, that a transient renter occupies a dwelling unit does not exceed fourteen (14) days total in any calendar year;
      (2)    The owner of the dwelling unit uses the dwelling unit as his primary residence when not rented to a transient renter;
      (3)    The owner of a dwelling unit or rental unit shall not permit single room rentals to transient renters. "Single room rentals" as used herein is an arrangement where multiple, unrelated renters, under separate rental agreements, have exclusive possession of an individual sleeping facility and shared access with other renters to all other facilities within a dwelling unit. "Unrelated" as used herein is unrelated by blood or marriage. This prohibition shall not apply in the event that the owner of the dwelling unit is concurrently occupying the dwelling unit with the renter. This provision is further subjected to the regulations contained in Chapter 1135 of the Zoning Code.  (Ord. 2018-72.  Passed 7-17-18.)