Bracebridge Wants Input On Short Term Rentals
The Town of Bracebridge is encouraging the public to provide details on their experiences with Short-term Rentals in Bracebridge.
The town says a short term rental is defined as, all or part of a dwelling unit, rented out for less than 28 consecutive days in exchange for payment. This excludes hotels, motels, resorts and traditional bed and breakfast establishments. These accommodations are advertised on various online platforms such as: Airbnb, VRBO and Flipkey.
A survey is available on the Town’s community engagement portal, engagebracebridge.ca/short-term-rentals.
The town says it only takes a few minutes to complete and will be available until June 30, 2021. Data collected through this survey will used by Town staff to provide recommendations to Council, and all responses will remain anonymous.