Changes to the Boarding and Group Housing Regulations
Metro Council recognizes that boarding and group housing may not be adequately regulated and enforced in residential areas and has asked Planning & Design Services (PDS) to carry out a review of local ordinances concerning group housing. Group housing is housing that is temporary in nature and includes boarding houses, transitional houses, rehabilitation homes, and homeless shelters. It does not apply to hotels, short term rentals, and bed & breakfest inns.
To view responses to Frequently Asked Questions related to the existing boarding house regulations, please click here.
Before submitting any recommendations to the Planning Commission and Metro Council, PDS wants to hear from the community. In addition to a public hearing before the Planning Commission, staff will hold three identical virtual meetings to get input and ideas from citizens. The meetings will be held October 14, 2020, October 17, 2020, and October 21, 2020.
We Want To Hear From You!
Please provide comments and ideas on changes to the boarding and group housing regulations at one of the community meeting or by filling out the following comment form. You may also call Joseph Haberman at (502)574-6230 with any questions or comments.