Short-term Rental News & Information

Read the Report

The Short-Term Rental (STR) Ordinance Oversight Workgroup has released their final report on neighborhood livability improvements for Manzanita.  The release of this report begins an “open comment” period in which community members are encouraged to submit comments and questions prior to March 9th, 10:00 a.m. 

The City Council will be holding a special workshop on March 9th, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. for a STR Workgroup presentation and to review the report.  It is anticipated that public comment will be taken at this meeting as time allows.  Information relating to the login instructions for the March 9th virtual zoom meeting will be posted soon on the City website. 

Comments and questions regarding the report can be forwarded to:

Short Term Rental Survey Results:

List of Short Term Rentals

This list includes contact information,
address, and overnight occupancy

Ordinance 10-3 change proposals

Potential ordinance change proposals
Open for public comment & suggestions.


Tillamook Risk Factor: Lower Risk


Up to date report and statistics for
Short-Term Rentals in Manzanita, Oregon

Short Term Rental Complaint Form

The City of Manzanita understands that its residents are not always comfortable contacting the owner or agent of a short-term rental to make a complaint, so it is providing an on-line form for the reporting of non-emergency complaints.  However, you may still direct complaints to the owner or agency if you chose to. 

When filling out the complaint form, please include all relevant information related to the complaint and upload any related pictures.  You do not need to know the name of the owner, but you do need to list the address.  The address will be verified by a third party before the complaint is forwarded to city staff for follow-up.

Non-emergency complaints that need to be addressed during weekend and evening hours should always be reported to the owner or agent for a timely resolution as these complaint forms are not immediately received by city staff. 

The name and contact information for each of our short-term rentals is available via this link:

If there is an emergency, you should call 911.  If there is a non-emergent situation requiring a police response, you should call non-emergency dispatch at 503-815-1911.

Please note:  This form is not to be used by guests or potential guests of short-term rentals who are trying to resolve issues related to a reservation.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact us here: