With services like Airbnb growing in popularity, Tulsa has held off on making a zoning decision about the booming industry.
At a public hearing on Wednesday, there was discussion on a draft ordinance that would classify two types.
The rules would regulate short-term rentals differently, such as whether they have permanent residents.
The City of Tulsa’s zoning code classifies any property being rented for less than 30 days as lodging.
No decision was made yet. More meetings are planned.
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