Myth or fact: Missoula City Council to fund data dive into local short-term vacation rentals


The alleged proliferation of short-term vacation rentals in Missoula has gained the attention of the Missoula City Council, but without hard data on the number of rentals, where they’re located and how many operators actually pay the city’s licensing fee, it’s unable to address the issue.

On Wednesday, members of the council expressed support to include $23,000 in the FY22 budget to hire a vendor to track short-term vacation rentals in Missoula.


By Martin Kidston

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