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Contact Angela Hummer at 527-3890

Main City Hall:
4580 S. 2300 E.
Holladay, UT 84117
(801) 272-9450


Questions? Contact Angela Hummer at 527-3890

General Information: The City of Holladay requires that a valid business license be held by anyone conducting business in Holladay. “Business” means and includes every craft, trade, occupation, profession or activity pursued for gain or profit. Non-profit, charitable, governmental and insurance agencies are also required to obtain a business license although they may be exempt from license fees. State professional licenses are required in addition to a business license from your municipality for certain businesses such as massage therapy, beauticians, contractors, etc.

Each business location will need a separate license.

Temporary Businesses, Special Events and Solicitor's are also required to obtain licenses and permits. Solicitors licensed in another city, are still required to obtain a Solicitors License through Holladay when operating withing Holladay city boundaries.

Licenses are not transferable from address to address, nor from owner to owner. Any change of location, ownership or corporate information requires a new application to be submitted. Minor changes such as mailing address can be called into the city office.
Change of Location Form
Change of Business Name Form

Renewals are mailed out 4-6 weeks prior to the license experatioin date. In order to avoid late fees, licenses must be renewed prior to expiration of license. The licensee is responsible for renewal. Holladay requires notice if the business has moved out of the City or is no longer conducting business.

Application Information:
The following information will be required on the application:

  • Business name & DBA name
  • Physical street location
  • Business phone number
  • Mailing address
  • Owner/partner(s) name, address & phone
  • List of corporate officers if applicable
  • After hours emergency contact name and number
  • Projected opening date of business
  • Federal Identification number
  • Sales Tax number
  • Copy of Professional/occupational license, if applicable
  • Proof of Registration with Utah Department of Commerce

Certain business may also be required to provide surety bonds or undergo background investigations.

Once the application is completed and has been submitted, it is forwarded to the following departments for approval: Fire, Health, Police, Zoning & Building. The approval of these departments may depend on a site inspection. The licensing department must receive approval from the above listed departments in order to issue a business license.

When all applicable departments have approved the application, a business license will be issued. The average processing time for a new license is 30 days.