General Renewal Requirements
All business licenses (except temporary licenses) are valid for a period of one year from date of issuance.
License renewal invoices are mailed to license holders, or whomever they designate, 60 days prior to the expiration date. The invoices list the materials and fees that must be submitted to renew the licenses(s) before they expire.
Some renewal requirements include:
- Certificates of Insurance (expiration date must run concurrent with the license expiration date)
- Workers’ Compensation Form
- Updated Driver’s License
- State Alcohol Gambling Enforcement Division Renewal Form
Once the required materials and fees have been received, the business license would be renewed for another year and a new license mailed to the license holder.
Renewal of a license after the expiration date will incur a late fee. A late fee will be charged in addition to any other fee or payment required and shall be 10 percent of the annual license fee for the license for each 30-day period or portion thereof which has elapsed after the expiration date of the license. Late fees shall not exceed 50 percent of the annual license fee.
Failure to renew a license may result in license cancellation and/or adverse licensing action to suspend or revoke the license.
Other government agencies may also require the submission of renewal materials and fee(s) depending on the license type.
Business licenses are not transferrable from one person to another nor from one location to another.