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Description of Program and Relief

Temporary Renewal Extension for Short-Term Rental Permits

The City of Santa Fe is extending the deadline to renew existing short-term rental permits to April 15, 2020. Additionally, the City is granting permit holders an additional 30 days to pay late fees and obtain extensions. The new deadline for paying a late fee and filing a renewal application is May 15, 2020.

Applications for renewal should be submitted by email or mail. If renewing by mail, please submit your application and payment to the Short Term Rental Office address listed below. You will need to include a check with your application. In addition to the $50 late fee, you will need to submit the applicable renewal fee (the annual renewal fee is $325 for residential or accessory STR units, and $100 for non-residential or resort units). The check must have the address or license number of the unit location written in the memo field.

For renewal by mail please mail the application to: Short Term Rental Office, City of Santa Fe, PO Box 909, Santa Fe, NM 87504-0909.

For renewal by email please email the application to: shorttermrental@santafenm.gov and then mail a check to the Short Term Rental Office.

Government or Lead Agency

The City of Santa Fe

Dates Available

Effective immediately

Eligibility Requirements/Restrictions

N/A

Application Deadlines (If Applicable)

April 15, 2020 for renewals of existing short-term rental permits. May 15, 2020 for paying late fees and filing renewal applications.

Contact for More Information

Questions should be emailed to shorttermrental@santafenm.gov, or left over voicemail by calling (505) 955-4663. You can also contact Division Director Greg Smith at (505) 955-6684, or at gtsmith@santafenm.gov.

List of Additional Information

Additional information can be found here.


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