Short Term Rentals Are Illegal in Timber Lakes!

• Short term rentals are prohibited under Wasatch County Code 11.08.
• If you are a property owner doing short term rentals, you will be reported to Wasatch County law enforcement.
• If you are a property owner and are impacted by illegal short term rental activities, report the offenders to Timber Lakes Security or the mountain manager.

More Details About Short-term Rentals

We remind all owners that short-term rentals are illegal in Timber Lakes. In accordance with Wasatch County Code Section 11.08, “Property may be considered for use as a short-term rental only if (1) short-term rentals are specifically allowed in any CC&R’s which apply to the property, and (2) the property is located either in a zone in which short-term rentals are a permitted use or a conditional use or in a development for which a Development Agreement that has been lawfully approved by the County specifically authorizes short-term rentals.” Timber Lakes does not meet any of these requirements.

The Association will not knowingly aid owners in breaking this law, makes no warranties, and assumes no liability in conjunction with an individual owner’s illegal rental activity. In the event of a renter being observed on TLPOA common area property, owners should immediately contact the Wasatch County Sheriff and TLPOA security. The property owner may be cited each day that the renter remains on the property by the Wasatch County Sheriff. Any damages committed or incurred by a renter in conjunction with illegal rental activity are the sole responsibility of the renter and the individual property owner.

Any owner who has questions regarding this issue can contact TLPOA security, the TLPOA mountain manager, or Wasatch County law enforcement directly. Please consult the entire text of the ordinance, as rentals other than short-term are permitted. A short-term rental is deemed as any property rental less than 30 days.