The city of Woodstock, Vermont, currently regulates and limits the use of short-term rentals. The city defines short-term rentals as properties that are rented out for fewer than 30 consecutive days, and hosts are required to obtain a permit before renting out their property. 

STR operators in Woodstock are permitted to rent out their property a maximum of six times per year (meaning six distinct stays) within the Village of Woodstock and ten times per year within the city of Woodstock (this excludes the foliage season). 

Hosts are also required to provide on-site parking to guests, as well as display a notice to renters regarding parking, garbage, and noise limits visibly somewhere within their unit. They must also display their short-term rental permit within the unit.