|Bedbugs and Lodging Establishments||This guide to bed bug identification, control and prevention helps lodging establishments plan for and respond to bed bug infestations.|
|Boil Water Advisory Guidelines||Guidelines outlining temporary methods that must be followed in order to continue food service operations during a contaminated water incident.|
|Americans with Disabilities Act Requirements: Service Animals||This publication provides guidance on the term “service animal” and the service animal provisions in the Department of Justice's regulations.|
|Americans with Disabilities Act and Service Animals: Frequently Asked Questions||Read for more details about service animals and the Americans with Disabilities Act.|
|Licensed Lodging Establishment Rule||Current regulations for lodging facilities.|
|Licensed Children's Camp Rule||Current regulations for residential children's camps.|
During the 2018 special legislative session, the Vermont General Assembly passed legislation requiring that all short-term rental operators post a Vermont Meals and Rooms Tax account number on any advertisement for the short-term rental beginning July 1, 2018. This legislation also requires that the operator post in each unit the telephone number of the individual responsible for the unit. The operator also must post in each unit contact information for both the Department of Health and the Department of Public Safety’s Division of Fire Safety.
Existing and new operators should review information about the health, safety and financial obligations of short-term rental operators, prepared by the Department of Taxes, Department of Health and the Department of Public Safety. Also available is a self-certification form relating to health and safety precautions short-term rental operators must take into consideration prior to renting a unit. The form must be retained by the operator but does not have to be filed with the Department of Health.
A residential children’s camp that is a combination of programs established for the primary purpose of providing an experience for children operated and used for five or more consecutive days during one or more seasons of the year and supervising children for 24 hours a day requires a license from the Department of Health.