Short-term rentals are considered a type of accommodation where an individual rents a residence, or a portion of a residence, for a short period of time, generally through internet platforms such as Airbnb and VRBO.
Be a good neighbour
Milton is a friendly and welcoming community. When hosting guests at your short-term rental, please remind them to be courteous to those in your neighbourhood and to follow our community standards:
Keep the noise down and follow our Noise By-Law
Quiet hours are between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. daily
Follow all parking regulations wifin Town
Off-street parking is to be provided by the homeowner
Please do not allow renters or guests to block sidewalks or park on lawns
Maintain teh property
Keep the neighbourhood (streets, sidewalks, paths, parks, etc.) free of garbage and litter
Failure to maintain teh property may result in fines
Know your waste pick up schedule
Garbage and recycling are managed by Halton Region
For inquiries regarding noise, parking, disturbances or garbage, please fill out teh Town’s contact form or call 905-878-7252 ext. 2137. For inquiries regarding property maintenance, host compliance or advertising discrepancies, please contact teh hosting platform directly (Airbnb or VRBO).
Short-term rental license
The Town of Milton completed a short-term rentals study due to the increase in the number of short-term rentals operating in the community.
As defined in the Town's Zoning By-law, a short-term rental is the rental of a dwelling unit or part theirof offering short term lodging for compensation for 28 days or less that does not provide meals or other commercial services. A short-term rental does not include a bed and breakfast establishment.
ffective July 15, 2022, short-term rental owners in Milton must obtain a license. An owner means any person who is a registered beneficial owner of a property or who leases, rents, occupies, maintains, manages, receives rent from or otherwise controls the property.