A. A Bed and Breakfast shall be allowed, on a parcel upon which the bed and breakfast proprietor resides, within a legally established single-family dwelling or accessory structure when the following criteria are met:
1. Not more than five guest rooms are provided;
2. Not more than ten travelers are lodged at any time;
3. Lodging for each guest does not exceed two weeks;
4. Compensation of any kind is paid for the lodging; and
5. The B&B owner files an affidavit with Pierce County Planning and Public Works which indicates the location of the property and that the property will be used as a bed and breakfast.
B. A Vacation Rental (VR) is a short-term rental accommodation within a legally established single-family or accessory dwelling. Longer term rentals exceeding 30 days are not regulated under this Chapter. Vacation rentals shall be allowed when the following criteria are met:
1. A total of five guest rooms may be provided.
2. Two guests per bedroom, not to exceed a total of ten guests may be lodged at any time.
3. Compensation of any kind is paid for the lodging.
4. The VR owner or representative shall provide guests with information indicating the location of guest parking spaces.
5. The VR owner or representative shall provide notification of the presence of the vacation rental business to all neighboring property owners directly adjacent to the vacation rental property.
6. The property owner shall file a Vacation Rental Affidavit with the Pierce County Planning and Public Works Department which indicates the following:
a. The property owner's intent to use their residence as a Vacation Rental.
b. Contact information for either the owner, representative, or property management company including phone number and e-mail.
c. Listing of the internet site(s) where the Vacation Rental property is advertised.
d. The required neighborhood notification has been provided.
7. A Good Neighbor brochure for short-term rentals is provided to each renter describing the appropriate etiquette of residing in a Vacation Rental.
C. If the standards described in either PCC 18A.37.040 A. or B. above are exceeded or otherwise cannot be met, the proposed use shall require a Conditional Use Permit.