Coast Village

Short term rentals, as defined by the State of Oregon, are prohibited in Coast Village.

The Oregon Landlord/Tenant Act requires that a rental unit be in good repair. This includes plumbing facilities, hot and cold running water, and adequate heat, working electric lights, working electrical equipment, clean building and grounds, and all other areas and facilities properly repaired and working. Weatherproofing and weather protection is required in the roof, walls, windows and doors. The rental unit must include a working smoke detector, with working batteries, at the beginning of tenancy, and working locks for all dwelling entrance doors. It is the tenant’s responsibility to test the smoke detector every six months and to replace batteries as needed. The landlord must provide heat, water and electricity, although the tenant is usually asked to pay the utility bill.