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    Chino Hills, CA

    When deciding whether to become an Airbnb host, it is important for you to understand the laws in your city or county. As a platform and marketplace we do not provide legal advice, but we want to give you some useful links that may better help you understand relevant laws and regulations in the City of Chino Hills. This list is not exhaustive, but it should give you a good start in understanding your local laws.

    Short-term vacation rentals

    Chino Hills has regulations governing the short-term rental of properties, particularly in residential neighborhoods in the City. For any specific questions or concerns regarding the current law, we urge you to reach out to the City by emailing codeenforcement@chinohills.org or via phone at (909) 364-2757.

    You can also review the City’s Staff Report on short-term rentals, up-to-date code, and City Muni Code Site for more information.

    Hosting eligibility

    Short-term rentals in specific zones

    The City of Chino Hills only allows short-term rentals of fewer than 30 days in certain zones, including the Freeway Commercial (C -F), General Commercial (C -G), and Commercial Recreation (C- R) zones. To determine whether your rental is located in one of these zones, please refer to the City’s Zoning Map, consult your attorney, or reach out to the City at codeenforcement@chinohills.org or via phone at (909) 364-2757.

    Long-term rentals

    In most states and localities in the United States, guests who stay in a home or apartment for approximately 30 days—the exact number depends on jurisdiction—may establish rights as a tenant. Generally, this means that local tenancy laws could protect them, and you may not be able to remove them from your property without proceeding through required eviction processes in court. For example, in California, Illinois, and New York, a residential tenancy may be created after 30 consecutive days of occupancy. Someone who stays with you for fewer than 30 days generally does not have the rights of a tenant unless there is a written agreement to the contrary, but every state is different. Local laws may differ from state laws regarding residential tenancies. We encourage you to review your local rules and regulations before accepting a long-term reservation.

    Get more information on long-term rentals through Airbnb.

    Our commitment to your community

    We are committed to working with local officials to help them understand how Airbnb benefits our community. Where needed, we will continue to advocate for changes that will allow regular people to rent out their own homes.