Short Term Rentals
As of January 1, 2017, Arizona law allows for homes to be used as short-term rentals (A.R.S. §9-500.39). Please use the following information to know more about short term rentals in Flagstaff.
The City is in the process of implementing a short term rental license. Please review the STR Property Owners page for further details.
The Emergency Contact Registration process has been discontinued as of November 6th.
We are rolling out the new license application to currently registered properties in the following schedule:
Monday, November 13th
Monday, November 20th
Monday, November 27th
Monday, December 4th
You will have 30 days to submit your application online from the date your notice is received. The notice will be sent via email to the user associated with the property.
Once an application is submitted, the City has 7 business days for review.
If you received notification to renew your emergency contact registration, please disregard.
If you have received a notice, please follow the license instructions in the letter. If you have not received a notice yet, but already registered, please wait until Tuesday, December 8th to contact us. If you plan to start renting or never registered your emergency contact information with us, please email ShortTermRental@flagstaffaz.gov with your address and contact information so we may activate your property.
Read about the responsibilities for properties like safety, tax license, and compliance here.
As a neighbor to a short-term rental, read about your rights here.
The city collects feedback on issues with short term rentals via:
- A 24/7 short-term rental hotline number: 928-714-7951
- This online incident reporting form
Frequently Asked Questions
Read these frequently asked questions to learn about things like the definition of short term rentals, what can and can't be used as a short term rental, and paying sales tax.