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Burbank Changes Housing Rules

The city of Burbank will now be seeing some changes in their housing rules. It was just voted to enact strict rules banning boarding homes and short-term vacation rentals in residential zones. This is in response to residents raising concerns about the changing character of Burbank neighborhoods.

The ordinance explicitly bans boarding houses – which it defines as homes with residents not living as a single common household who pay for lodging for

at least 30 days – from residential zones. This means property owners can’t rent out individual rooms in their homes, unless renters meet the city’s new definition of “family” (people in a single household that share

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common areas, housekeeping and household expenses).

The rules also prohibit homeowners from renting out their properties for short-term vacations if the length of stay is less than 30 days.

Also according to the new rules, if six or fewer people live in the home, which may include sober-living homes, it would be a standard residential use and not have to obtain a permit.

For more on the new Burbank housing rules, see the full article on the Burbank Leader.

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