Photo Identification: A copy of a government-issued photo identification (such as a driver’s license, passport, or similar form of identification) must also be included in the application. If the applicant is a corporation or a partnership, the photo identification required herein shall be provided with respect to at least one officer of a corporation or member of a partnership.
Registered Agent: The application shall also include the name, address, and phone number of the registered agent for any corporation or licensee.
Professional Licenses: Documentation demonstrating the applicant possesses any professional licenses or certifications required to operate the business identified in the application.
Commercial and Home Licenses
- Application for New Commercial License
- Application for New Home Business License
- Emergency Contact Form
- Inspection Contacts/Information
- New Business and Fire Checklist
- Tow Truck Police Rotation Packet
- The Salt Lake City Police Department isn’t accepting New Applications for Police Rotation Privileges.
Beer and Alcohol Licenses
- Application for Retail Beer / Liquor Consumption License
- Addendum to Salt Lake City Corporation’s Application for Beer/Liquor Consumption License
- To be completed by Out-of-State corporate officers and directors.
Ice Cream Truck Vendor
Mobile Food Licenses
Residential Rental Properties
Single Event Applications can be applied for online at slc.gov, email the supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org . The Applications need to be submitted no later than 18 business days before the event.
Additional Applications and Forms
The following types of businesses require background checks:
|Alcohol Establishments||Auctioneer||Auction House||Retail Beer||Solicitors|
|CD Exchange||Computer Exchange||Date/Marriage Service||Fireworks||Ice Cream Operator|
|Pawnshops||Mobile Food Trucks/Trailers||Special Transportation||Taxicab Companies||Sexually Oriented Business*|
- Adult business
- Nude dancers – agencies and individuals
- Outcall/Escorts – agencies and individuals
- Semi-nude dancers – agencies and individuals
The factors described below represent examples of circumstances that may disqualify an applicant from obtaining a business license. Disqualifying factors may vary due to the unique nature of certain license types.
- The applicant has pending charges or has been convicted of:
- felony homicide,
- physically abusing, sexually abusing, or exploiting a minor,
- the sale of distribution of controlled substances,
- sexual assault of any kind.
- The applicant has been convicted of any other felony within the last ten (10) years.
- The applicant has been convicted of a misdemeanor within the past five (5) years involving a crime of:
- moral turpitude,
- violent or aggravated conduct involving persons or property.
- The applicant has an outstanding warrant from any jurisdiction.
- The applicant is currently subject to a protective order based on physical or sexual abuse issues by a court of competent jurisdiction.