Frisco seeks public input through online short-term rental survey
Short-term rentals aren’t going anywhere, and Frisco is looking to the community to help decide how to best regulate them. The town is in the process of developing a new short-term rental ordinance meant to enhance the town’s ability to ensure compliance, address neighborhood concerns and collect the necessary information to analyze the impacts of short-term rentals in the community.
More than 30 residents attended a Community Conversation on the topic on Sept. 19, in addition to numerous focus groups with stakeholders. But Frisco is hoping to expand public feedback, inviting residents to share their suggestions and concerns in an online survey. The survey is available through Oct. 1 on the town’s website, FriscoGov.com.
A discussion regarding short-term rentals and related public input is scheduled for the Frisco Town Council work session on Oct. 9, and the first reading or the ordinance is planned for Oct. 23. Questions about the ordinance should be directed to Chad Most at ChadM@townoffrisco.com.
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