City Letter Regarding Possible Short Term Rental Ordinance and Discussion Oct. 17

Editor’s Note: The following letter was provided by the City of Whitewater.

Dear Residents of Whitewater,

I hope this letter finds you well. We value your input and involvement in our community, and we want to keep you informed about important matters that affect our city. On October 17, 2023, the City of Whitewater will be considering a Short Term Rental Ordinance.

The Short Term Rental Ordinance is a proposed regulation that aims to address various aspects related to short-term rentals within our city. Short-term rentals typically include vacation rentals, Airbnb-type properties, and similar arrangements. The ordinance is designed to ensure the safe and harmonious coexistence of short-term rentals with our residential neighborhoods while maintaining the character and quality of life in our community.

We encourage all residents to stay informed about this important issue. You can find more details, including the proposed ordinance text and related documents, by visiting our city website’s Agenda Center. The Agenda Center is a valuable resource for accessing meeting agendas, minutes, and other relevant materials. To access this information, please visit and navigate to the Agenda Center section.

We value your feedback and input on this matter. There will be opportunities for public comment and discussion during the City Council meeting on October 17, 2023 at 6:30pm. Your voice matters, and we encourage you to participate in this important community discussion.

If you have any questions or would like to share your thoughts before the meeting, please feel free to contact our office at We are here to assist you and provide clarification on any concerns you may have.

We believe that informed and engaged residents are vital to the success of our community. Your participation in this process is essential, and we look forward to hearing your perspectives.

Thank you for your ongoing support and involvement in making Whitewater a great place to live.


Karri Anderberg

City Clerk

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