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A 6% transient lodging tax, collected by hotel/motel/bed-and-breakfast operators from lodging guests, supports the City's General Fund programs, including public safety services.
Map of hotels/motels under Gresham jurisdiction
A short-term rental is a rented space for a period of 30 consecutive days or less, counting portions of days as full days. Operators of short-term room rentals are subject to:
Short-term rentals in a residential district are subject to a special use review per
Development Code Section 8.0113.
A Bed and Breakfast Inn is defined as “a structure occupied as a single family residence in which sleeping rooms … are provided on a daily or weekly basis for a fee.”
Operators are required to register within 15 days of operation and must file and pay taxes on a quarterly basis.
Send registration and tax forms by mail, fax or email to:
City of Gresham Transient Lodging Program
Attn. Melanie Wynne
1333 NW Eastman Parkway
Gresham, OR 97030
Payments are due to the City on the last day of the month following each quarter.
Transient lodging tax information is in the
Gresham Revised Code, Chapter 9, Article 9.60.
Contact Melanie Wynne at 503-618-2713 or Melanie.Wynne@GreshamOregon.gov with questions about transient lodging tax.