June 30 Meeting: Short Term Rental Rights

Thank you for visiting our site and taking interest in the fight to protect short term rental rights in Seattle. As a Personal Home Rental owner myself, and the owner of Sea to Sky Rentals which represents properties throughout the city, I have been deeply involved in championing the rights of home owners both personally and professionally.

Although we just achieved a significant milestone through a Superior Court ruling in our favor, which upheld short term rental rights, the fight is far from over! Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development is appealing to the City Council to change the City Code and effectively ban short term rentals permanently.

We Need Your Support

Join other property owners to learn about the issue and discuss what we can do to stand up to the City and keep our short term rental rights.

June 30

6:30 – 8 p.m.

Harbor Steps Terrace Room

1200 Western Ave

Hear from community affairs specialists and legal experts, and find out what actions you can take to support the fight.


Michelle Acquavella, founder of Sea to Sky Rentals

Courtney Kaylor, Attorney at Law, McCullough Hill PS

Joe Fain, Pacific Public Affairs


To RSVP for the event, or if you are unable to attend the meeting but would like to be kept informed, please contact lupa09@seattlesvacationrentals.com.

We will continue to keep this site updated as new developments occur. In the meantime, you can find pertinent legal and background documents on this site to familiarize yourself with the issue.

Thank you again for your interest, and I look forward to meeting you on June 30!


Michelle Acquavella


Sea to Sky Rentals

One response to “June 30 Meeting: Short Term Rental Rights

  1. Sabrina Libertty

    Thank you, Michelle. You’re our champion. I’ll see you at the meeting 6/30.

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