Charlottesville and Albemarle County have been working on this. Check their sites. Over the weekend, I was debating this with Charlottesville friends who use AirBnB to help pay their mortgage. They understand the need to ameliorate impacts like parking, but we lean surprisingly libertarian on it: their house, their right to have guests and run a quiet home business. If there are concerns about specific impacts like nonresident parking and noise, a city can use existing tools like zone parking permits and noise ordinances. I'll argue that the benefits of visitors' vitality and support for home ownership outweigh the inconveniences. And at some point, hotel chains will take the number of AirBnBs as a signal to invest in new facilities. Charlottesville is seeing several new hotels built, and one would expect the going rate for AirBnB rooms to drop, and then some hosts to drop out, removing some neighbors' concerns.Good luck!