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Yes, the City issues business licenses through the Finance Department. Once all the required documentation is received, the business license application is processed and the license sent to themailing address listed on the application.
No, the City business license is not a tax license. The City business license must be obtained by all businesses, including service type businesses that do not normally pay transaction privilege taxes (sales taxes). The City of Litchfield Park is an Arizona Department of Revenue “Program City”, which means the City does not issue its own tax licenses. Taxes that are paid to the City are reported on State of Arizona tax forms under City Code "LP" and distributed to the City of Litchfield Park.
Most business licenses are issued within 5 business days from the date of application. If all the required information is not received along withthe business license application, the Finance Department will hold the application until all supporting documentation is received. The mostcommon reason for holding an application is not receiving a Arizona State Transaction Privilege Tax license number.
You may apply electronically online from the City's website, print an application from the City’s website, visiting City Hall at 214 W Wigwam Blvd, Litchfield Park AZ 85340, or by requesting that an applicationbe faxed or mailed to you by calling the Finance Department at 623-935-4364,
You can contact the City Finance Department at (623) 935-4364 with questions you may have about the licensing process and doing business within the City.