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A valid Lehi City business license is required for all businesses that are located within the corporate limits of Lehi City. A business license is the means whereby Lehi City Corporation grants permission to engage in a business activity at a specific location within the City. The definition of business includes every craft, trade, occupation, profession or activity engaged in for the purpose of gain or economic profit. A separate license shall be required for each type of business and for each place of business located within Lehi City.
The purpose of a business license is to regulate and license businesses within the corporate limits of Lehi City; to determine if businesses are operating within applicable laws and ordinances; to maintain a safe environment for the general public; and to assure that zoning, building, and fire codes are enforced.
25% late fee if business license renewal is not paid by February 15th.
Obtaining a business license in Lehi City begins by submitting a Business License Application. All businesses must be cleared through the Planning and Zoning department for use approval and inspected by the Lehi Fire Marshal prior to a license being issued. The Planning Department can be reached at 385.201.1030, and the Fire Department at 385.201.1081. A business being run from a residence also needs a Home Occupation Application This application must be submitted in person to the Planning and Zoning Department at 153 N 100 E.
For seasonal and other temporary uses (fireworks, snow shack, Christmas Tree lot, etc.) a temporary use permit must also be obtained through the Planning and Zoning Department.
Door to Door sales, or Solicitors, need to fill out a Solicitor’s Application. Click here for the requirements and application.
To register your business name with the State and/or to get a sales tax number go to corporations.utah.gov.
It takes approximately two weeks for your license to be issued, assuming your place of business passes any required inspections, the application was completed properly, the zoning allows the proposed use, and the business does not require a conditional use permit.
Lehi City business licenses are valid for one calendar year, from January 1 to December 31. Regardless of when the license was first obtained, all licenses will expire on December 31 and must be renewed on an annual basis. Business licenses that are not renewed by February 15th will be charged a 25% delinquent fee.
Business licenses are tied to a physical location. If your business is moving to a new location within Lehi City, a new zoning approval and business license must be obtained. Contact the Planning and Zoning Department at 385.201.1030.
Applications shall be submitted in person at the following address:Lehi City Attn: Business Licensing