Inyo County Health Officer rescinds Order prohibiting short-term rentals for campgrounds and RV parks

Campgrounds and RV Parks Open in Inyo County

Only includes: Opening of campgrounds and RV parks. May now rent to customers less than 30 days.

Does not include: Privately operated short-term rentals (such as Airbnb’s), vacation rentals, timeshares, hotels, motels, or any other facility where the business is renting the customer a physical room or structure.

“This update is in line with California’s Resilience Roadmap, which states that hotels may not begin operating for recreation or leisure travelers until Stage Three,” stated Dr. James Richardson. “However, campgrounds and RV parks are distinct from hotels because they do not rent a physical room or structure to a customer.”

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2 Responses to Inyo County Health Officer rescinds Order prohibiting short-term rentals for campgrounds and RV parks

  1. ALopez May 26, 2020 at 1:44 pm #

    Who’s running the show over there? The three stooges? We coming are we going we coming are we going? Get it together! What a joke!

     
  2. Anthony May 26, 2020 at 6:58 am #

    Does this include a trailer brought into an existing bnb home. R-1 residential area? With all the unpermitted and unlicensed business and homes it’s a wonder they have not built a motel yet, but maybe another 8-10 county roll-off’s will get her done for “1” owner.

     

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