Niagara Falls looking for local input on short term vacation rentals
A public meeting is set for tonight in Niagara Falls regarding vacation rental units and bed and breakfasts in the city.
The city is reviewing its regulations with the intention of establishing appropriate policies, regulations and licensing.
A vacation rental unit is a dwelling unit that is rented out to a single group of travelers at one time for a period of less than 28 days.
A b&b is an establishment that provides guest rooms and breakfast to the travelling public. It is in the principal dwelling of the proprietor (owner or manager).
You can have your say at the MacBain Community Centre tonight at 6 p.m.
If you can't make the meeting the city has set up an online survey to get local residents input.
You can find the survey by clicking here.