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Cathedral City increases enforcement on vacation rental properties

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Cathedral City leaders voted Thursday to implement a heightened enforcement program answering to a growing number of complaints from people who live next to short term vacation rental homes.

The city approved a new enforcement pilot program based on the success of a similar program in Palm Springs.

Residents will call the STVR Hotline (760) 553-1031 to make a complaint, according to the city.

The Hotline will contact a new security company that will be dispatched to short-term vacation rental homes to observe, document, and cite if the situation is in violation of city ordinances.

The new service is available Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. and on Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. All other days are handled through the City's Code Compliance Department.

In June, the city enacted a moratorium on new short-term rental applications following a growing number of neighbor complaints about party homes and noise interrupting their otherwise quiet neighborhoods.

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