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If you have an issue with a short-term rental operation in your neighborhood, you can file a complaint by calling 311. The 3-1-1 Call Center is available 7 days a week at (720) 913-1311.
Want to learn more about the requirements that apply to short-term rentals in Denver? Please refer to Denver's short-term rental laws, rules, and regulations webpage.
Many additional resources are available over the phone or online:
Beginning in March 2020, all licensees will be notified by the Department when a complaint has been made against their short-term rental license. Notifications will include the date, time, and details of the complaint, as well as resources for rectifying common issues related to trash, noise, or parking, for example.
For more information, please email us at email@example.com.
Having conflict with your neighbor? So many times we’re not sure where to turn or what to do when our quality of life is impacted. The City provides an independent, objective mediation and conflict resolution resource (free to residents) to help you resolve conflict within your neighborhood.
The goal of mediation is to reach a written agreement between neighbors. Examples of potential agreements for short-term rental issues include prohibiting renters from parking in certain areas, implementing quiet hours, restricting smoking areas, and providing contact information to neighbors should a renter become disruptive.
If you are interested in speaking with the mediation team contact Licenses@denvergov.org or visit the Mediation webpage for more information.
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