On May 20, Nassau County received official notice of approval from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) on the Nassau County Vacation Rental Plan. Effective immediately, vacation rentals can begin accepting and welcoming reservations again. Nassau County Executive Order 10 details out the plan which must be carried out for any and all short-term vacation rentals within Nassau County.
On May 23, Nassau County issued Executive Order 11, as an amendment to Executive Order 10, and now limiting the time between units being rented from eighteen (18) hours to at least six (6) hours after the occupants term expires and a new occupancy occurs.
The penalty for violating a provision of the ordinance shall be a second-degree misdemeanor, a violation of which is a$500.00 fine and/or sixty (60) days in jail. The owners of the unit, and/or the management company, including national companies. Shall be subject to the penalty.
Executive Order 10 - Nassau County Vacation Rental Requirements (EO21 rescinded sections 2, 9 & 10)
Executive Order 11 - reduces time between guests for cleaning to 6 hours
The resources below will assist with the implementation of the new Nassau County Short-Term Vacation Rental Plan (Executive Order 10). Click on each of these green links below to find printable copies or use the links in your own electronic communications.
- DBPR Secretary Approval of Nassau County Vacation Rental Request
- Originally Approved Nassau County Short-Term Vacation Rental Plan
- Executive Orders - see above; Additional references available on:
Protocol Signage – You are welcome to use these printable copies of
cleaning protocol signage. You may wish to also post your own cleaning
protocols to provide additional details to your guests.
If you need assistance sourcing cleaning supplies, the Nassau County Chamber of Commerce may be able to provide assistance. Please reach out to them directly for more information at (904) 261-3248 or firstname.lastname@example.org