Where in the City of Destin are STRS Allowed?

Short Term Rentals are generally allowed in the following zoning districts within the City of Destin: See “Zoning Map’on the city’s website for location of zoning district area. 

 

Bay Resort Mixed Use (BRMU) 

Crystal Beach Resort (CBR) 

Calhoun Mixed Use (CMU) 

Gulf Resort Mixed Use (GRMU) 

Holiday Isle Mixed Use (HIMU) 

North Harbor Mixed Use (NHMU)

Residential, Office, Institutional General Development (ROI-GD) 

Residential, Office Institutional Tourist Development (ROI-TD) 

South Harbor Mixed Use (SHMU) 

Crystal Beach Neighborhood (CBN) 

Low Density Residential-Holiday Isle (LDR-HI) 

Medium Density Residential-Holiday Isle (MDR-HI) 

High Density Residential-Holiday Isle (HDR-HI)

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1. How does a person apply for a short term rental registration?
2. What is required to obtain STR registration?
3. Where in the City of Destin are STRS Allowed?
4. What is the fee for obtaining a short term rental registration?
5. Does a short term rental have to register each year?
6. How many guest are allowed to stay in a STR?
7. When does the registration period start?
8. What are the fees for late registration?
9. If I change management companies do they have to register my property again?
10. What is the correct size of the sign?
11. What information has to be on the sign?
12. Where do I get the STR decal?
13. Where is the decal placed on the sign?
14. Will the sign decals be numbered, in order to prevent theft?
15. How soon do I have to have my sign up on my property after I register?
16. Where do I post my sign on my property?
17. My HOA says I cant have a sign, is that true?
18. Why do I need an emergency contact listed on my sign?
19. How will the number of parking spots be determined?
20. Will the grandfather clause remain in effect if the property sells?
21. If we are applying for a grandfather clause on a property, do we wait for the final approval before we change our marketing? Should we market for what we are applying for occupancy?
22. If we do this, and don't get approved, shouldn't agreements made during this time qualify for pre-existing agreements?
23. Conflicting issues in 13-118 first paragraph states that pre-existing agreements books prior to enactment of this ordinance, are valid for one year and we have 120 days to change our advertising?