2023 Short-Term Rental Regulatory Rewrite
STR 2023 Links
Media CoverageNeighbors want to ban short term rentals as City of New Orleans takes up issue Council temporarily bans new short-term rentals as it rewrites regulations Judge sets March 31 deadline for new short-term rental law in New Orleans New Orleans short-term rental rule barring out-of-state owners unconstitutional, appeals court says
Reporting Short Term Rentals
The City of New Orleans has now made it easier to report illegal Short Term Rentals (STR).
Short Term Rental 24 Hour Complaint Hotline: (504) 788-2008
Online Short Term Rental Complaints:
Using the “Tips” link above, residents can now report an illegal STR in a few short steps:
1. Select the “Unauthorized short term rental” tab.
2. Enter the address and if that is unavailable, you can enter “New Orleans, LA” to proceed.
3. If you have a link to the specific listing, you can enter in on the 4th page.
4. On the 5th page, you can submit any photos or videos you may have.
Thank you for your continued vigilance in helping us and the city fight illegal short term rentals!
A list of recommendations VCPORA identified with Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative, along with various neighborhood and housing advocacy organizations
What we want: Reasonable restrictions that will protect all New Orleans neighborhoods. It is imperative that you let our City officials know your concerns NOW! The City Planning Commission and City Council are already hearing from hundreds of pro-STR advocates. Make sure your voice is heard too.
We need more neighborhood bans in areas most impacted by over tourism, like the Marigny, Tremé, and Bywater. Every neighborhood deserves protections for their housing stock, for their community, and for their quality of life.
Here we go again…
To guide the City Planning Department in their review of the regulations, the City Council issued a motion for them to look at a range of ways to protect neighborhoods from investor expansion of STRs, including additional/new prohibitions, capping measures, platform accountability and data collection, and updates to the fee and fine structures.
New Short Term Rental regulations are on the way soon. Click here for a brief overview of what we now know.