A MESSAGE TO SHORT TERM RENTAL OPERATORS-COVID-19
On March 31, 2020, a revised Order of the Marin County Health Officer was issued, which supersedes the original Health Officer’s order issued on March16, 2020. Please read the full text.
REPORTING TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX
All normal reporting procedures remain in place regarding transient occupancy tax and business license. Please continue to complete the monthly TOT return even if you had no rentals.
To Report and Pay TOT.
For public health reasons, the physical office at the Civic Center for TOT is closed, until further notice. We will be operating remotely during normal business hours of 8:00 am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday and responding to online inquiries with a limited workforce, response times may be slower than usual.
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SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER
The Public Health Officer issued an Order restricting the use of Short-Term lodging facilities. The order went into effect at 11:59 p.m. on April 9, 2020 and goes through May 3, 2020.
Please Read Carefully:
As an owner, is it still okay to operate a short-term rental or operate my hotel/motel/bed-and-breakfast?
Not for vacationing purposes. Short-term lodging including short-term rentals, hotels, motels, and bed-and-breakfasts, may continue for the limited purposes of either
Marin County Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions
- COVID-19 mitigation and containment measures, including measures to protect homeless populations (examples include: isolation and quarantine or the housing of displaced persons);
- housing workers performing essential business activities and essential government functions within the County; or
- housing individuals staying overnight in Marin to perform the essential activity of caring for the health and safety needs of a family member.
SHORT-TERM RENTAL CODE COMPLIANCE
To report non-compliance of shelter in place order or complaints, please contact the County of Marin’s short-term rental hotline at (415) 300-4445 or submit online by filling out the form.