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Yes. If you have not paid your renewal fee within the timeframe designated by the Town you will be accessed a delinquent fee of $25.
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You will need to include the processing fee and any state licenses that may be required. Also, for more information see the
Please visit the Business License page.
Except for new ownership, whenever anything about your business changes, fill out a new Business License Application/Update Form and return it to the Town Clerk’s Office with the $14.00 processing fee.
Please contact us if you no longer intend to conduct business in Town so that we can closed out your business license.
You could be assessed a 100% percent delinquent fine. At the end of the renewal period, your license will be subject to revocation. After approximately 30 additional days, your license could be revoked, following a 15 day appeal period.
Business licenses are issued for the calendar year and expire on December 31 of each year. They must be renewed promptly to avoid late charges.
Contact the Development Services Department at 928 636-4427 to determine if your proposed business location meets the Town’s zoning requirements.
We accept cash, check, money order by mail or debit/credit cards in person.
All new business applicants pay the initial processing fee of $33.00. If your license is approved there will be an addition $50.00 annual fee.
All new business applicants pay the processing fee. If your business fits into 1 of the specific business types listed in the schedule, you will pay that fee plus the processing fee. If your business does not fit into 1 of the specific categories, then you will pay the General Business License fee plus the processing fee.
Except for new ownership, whenever anything about your business changes, fill out a new Business License Application/Update Form and return it to the Town Clerk’s Office with the $10.00 processing fee.
Use tax may or may not apply to your business, but it is something about which all citizens should be aware. For more information please view the