Update to short term rental regulatory fee’s.

In the past year, Summit County and resort towns in general have struggles to come to terms with the desirability of these mountain towns and the prices that short term rentals gain in these areas. Here is the latest in the ongoing dialogue and will be important information if you are considering purchasing an investment property that you intent to rent out.

Due to the new ordinance, our annual accommodation unit licenses renewal process will be delayed until December 28th, 2021.

The regulatory fee will be $400 per studio/bedroom per year for 2022 in addition to the current business and occupational license tax. The regulatory fee is required to be kept separate from the Town’s general fund. All dollars generated by this regulatory fee will be used to support the Town’s workforce housing policies and programs, including buy downs, lease to locals, acquisition of deed restricted units, and/or construction of new units.

The billing for 2022 will be loaded in our new software breckenridge.munirevs.com on December 28, 2021, and due by January 27, 2022. We will notify the license holders via email from support@munirevs.com

The 2021 expired license will be under a grace period until January 27, 2022, awaiting confirmation of the renewal by submitting a payment. FAILURE TO REMIT A PAYMENT ON TIME MAY RESULT IN A TERMINATION OF THE LICENSE. RENEWAL ATTEMPTS AFTER JANUARY 27, 2021 MAY BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST.

2022 license billing will not be loaded in xpressbillpay.com. You will not be able to remit a payment through xpressbillpay.com and your auto-pay will not function. The renewal billing will be available through breckenridge.munirevs.com only.

Please contact our short-term rental compliance team at 970-547-3101 or str@townofbreckenridge.com if we can be of assistance.

Update on Fee’s for Short Term Rentals

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