If you are interested in renting your property for periods of less than 30 consecutive days, you qualify as an operating short term rental (STR) in the Town of Frisco.
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Anyone renting their Frisco property, or seeking to rent a property in Frisco, for less than a consecutive thirty-day period should be aware of the town’s requirements for short-term rentals. These requirements apply regardless of how the properties are marketed – through a management company, online such as VRBO and Airbnb, newspaper or word of mouth.
The application process requires the following documents:
All STRs are subject to state, county, special district and town sales tax and the town lodging tax.
The total tax to be collected is 10.725%.
– 2.9% State of Colorado sales tax
– 2.0% Summit County sales tax
– 0.75% Summit County mass transit tax (Summit Stage)
– 0.725% Special District (Summit County Housing Authority) sales tax
– 2.0% Town of Frisco sales tax
– 2.35%Town of Frisco lodging tax
The 2.0% Town sales tax and 2.35% Town lodging tax should be remitted directly to the Town of Frisco through Xpress Bill Pay. If you are new to Xpress Bill Pay, please note that you will need to contact the STR Hotline with your STR license number to complete the process.
The remaining 6.375% should be remitted to the State of Colorado.
STRs are required by the State of Colorado to obtain a state sales tax account number. Please visit taxcolorado.com or call (303) 238-7378 to determine whether or not you are required to obtain a State of Colorado sales tax account.Frisco Short Term Rental Guide Frisco Short Term Rental Ordinance