Information regarding Vacation Rental Requirements and Remedies for Vacation Rental Disturbance are below
Vacation Rental Owners, please ensure that you have registered your rental as required with Douglas County. Vacation Rentals are required to post community rules, occupancy limits and vacation rental ordinances within the unit in a conspicuous place so renters are aware of requirements.
MB Property Owners: If you have an issue with a vacation rental (noise, parking, excessive occupancy, etc.), please contact the Douglas County Sherriff's office at: 775-585-7250.
In addition, please send an e-mail to Douglas County Vacation Rental Code Enforcement Officer Patrick Kieva at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide the address of the vacation rental and the nature of the issue so code enforcement can follow-up. Vacation Rental Permits provide for a 4 strikes enforcement policy which results in temporary loss of rental permit. As such registering issues with code enforcement is imperative to enforcing the vacation rental codes in our community.
Please read the complete copy of the Marla Bay Community Guidelines posted above.
Each rental in Marla Bay has a posted occupancy limit per Douglas County Ordinance. Please ensure your use complies with occupancy limits.
Marla Bay is a quaint, family community with many full time residents. Please ensure while you are in Marla Bay you are being considerate of everyone in the community.
A few simple things to remember while you are in Marla Bay:
Keep it down after 10 p.m. (noise and music to be kept down); turn off unnecessary exterior lights.
NO street parking is allowed, violators will be towedat owner’s expense.
The speed limit in Marla Bay is 15 mph and you MUST STOP at all stop signs.
No dogs on the beach from Memorial Day to Labor Day between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
If you have a dog with you, please utilize the mutt mitts that are at each of the beach access ways.
BEARS and TRASH:Douglas County requires use of bear-proof trash cans (make sure lid is on tight) or a bear box. Marla Bay frequently has bears in the area. For the safety of all, please ensure you dispose of trash in a bear proof container that has been properly secured. Also, do not leave any food, trash, etc. in your vehicles as bears may gain access to your vehicle to get to such items causing damage to your vehicle.