If you are applying for a Rental Dwelling License you should review the
FAQ so you will know what information is required to complete the application. The application is available online. You will need to print out the document and mail it in along with your payment to:
Provo City Licensing
PO Box 1849,
Provo, UT 84603.
Any questions please call (801) 852-7834.
Please click here for Rental Dwelling Renewal FAQ
We have provided a copy of the Provo City
Code Rental Dwelling for additional clarification. 6.26
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Main Office - 311
(Inside Provo City Limits)
Main Office - (801) 852-6000 (Outside of Provo)
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 6:00PM
City Center Building (North Entrance)
351 W Center St
Provo, UT 84601
Do I Need A Business License?
If you are operating in a commercial location within Provo City limits you are required to apply for and maintain an active Provo City Business License.
You are also required to apply for and maintain an active Provo City Business License if your business includes the following:
If you are keeping, conducting, or maintaining a mobile home park
If you are engaged in distributing tangible personal property at a retail or wholesale
If you are engaged in distributing goods, or providing services to others for payment or reward, including:
some day care providers
restaurants and food trucks
any persons engaged in trades and crafts
professionals, including doctors, lawyers, accountants and dentists
banks, savings and loan associations
real estate agents
If you are conducting business out of your home, please see our Home Based Business FAQs.
Where Do I Start?
Why Should I Get a License?
Most importantly, you should obtain a business license before conducting any business in Provo because a valid license is required by local and state law. States and municipalities require businesses to be licensed in order to protect the consumer, the community, and the business owner. The licensing process aims to help the business owner comply with local and state regulations, and to make sure the business is operating safely. For example, the fire department ensures safe conditions such as having enough emergency exits and fire extinguishers, and public works will inspect businesses to make sure contaminants aren't released into our public water.