Individual meetings were held with stakeholders to include the Downtown Neighborhood Association, Victorian Neighborhood Association and Mid-City District. Additional meetings were held with Share Savannah, which represents five local short-term vacation rental management companies; Short-Term Vacation Rental Owners Association; Tourism Leadership Council and Expedia/HomeAway. Meetings were also held with concerned citizens about possible changes to the regulations.
In May and June, eight public meetings were held with representatives from the stakeholder groups and citizens with a total of 333 persons participating.
Based on feedback from stakeholders, the City broke down the use into two key areas:
Recommendations and Presentations:
comments expressed in the surveys are the opinion of individuals that took the survey and do not necessarily represent the official position of any given neighborhood or organization. Surveys conducted by the Neighborhood Associations only represent responses from members of the neighborhood association.