GENESEO — With the summer rental season quickly approaching, the Livingston County Board of Supervisors reminds all owners and managers of short-term vacation rental properties to follow all County vacation property occupancy laws, including the collection and remittance of the Hotel and Motel Occupancy Tax.
“I am proud of Livingston County’s place as a major tourist attraction in Upstate New York,” said County Administrator Ian Coyle. “With the summer travel season beginning, I expect more travelers than ever before will opt to stay in short-term vacation rental properties located within the County. It is vitally important to the County and its tourism industry that all laws, including the collection and remittance of the Hotel and Motel Occupancy Tax are followed. The County continues to vigorously enforce all laws regarding the use of short-term vacation rental properties, along with hotels and motels, and I remind all owners and guests of their responsibility to follow them.”
For more information on the Hotel and Motel Occupancy Tax Law and all County laws governing short-term rental units, hotels and motels, visit the County’s online listing of local laws.