The New Fairfield Zoning Commission will vote on short-term rental regulations next month. The vote is set for the Commission's December 23rd meeting. The current regulation only defines bed and breakfasts, and require a special permit. The proposed amendment would allow rentals of six or fewer days, up to two people per bedroom, as long as a property owner obtains a zoning permit. The two-year permit costs $500. The owner would need to have a certificate of insurance for the proposed use, and live either on the same property as the rental or an abutting property. The permit requirement would not apply to rentals of at least seven days. If approved, the proposed amendment would go into effect January 1st.