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STRs are only permitted in single family dwellings with a secondary suite in residential zones. There are 11 spot zoned properties that allow short term rentals that do not have this requirement but will be required to have a permanent resident of the City manage the property.
Yes, STRs are permitted in every standard residential zone (R1, R2 etc.), subject to the supplementary regulations of the Zoning Bylaw.
No, STRs are not permitted in every commercial zone. They are only permitted in the C1, C2, and C6 districts. These three commercial zones permit single family dwellings and therefore, are suitable to allow for this type of accommodation.
Other commercial zones that allow for some type of caretakers residence are not permitted to be a STR as the intent of a caretakers residence is to provide support for the primary commercial activity occurring onsite.
No, STRs are not permitted in any industrial zone. Industrial zones do not allow for single family residences, except as a caretaker residence. The intent of a caretakers residence is to provide support for the primary industrial activity occurring onsite.