Hawai‘i County Asks LUC to Declare That Farm Dwellings Can’t be Vacation Rentals

posted in: Land Use, March 2020 | 0

Last month, Hawai‘i County asked the state Land Use Commission (LUC) to rule that transient vacation rentals aren’t allowed in farm dwellings within the state Agricultural District.

In November 2018, the county adopted Bill 108, which regulates short-term vacation rentals on the island. The bill defined where they would be allowed, how they would be regulated, and established a process for owners of existing rentals outside the permitted zoning district to apply for a nonconforming use certificate that would allow them to continue that use.

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