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2018 BUSINESS LICENSE RENEWAL   

Thank you for doing business in Santa Fe!

Renewing your business license online is an easy and time saving process. To avoid a late fee of $10.00, please renew by March 15, 2018. By law, businesses which need an annual fire inspection are charged an annual fire fee to ensure public safety.

Contractors must submit a digital copy of their State of New Mexico Contractor’s License; Food Establishments must submit a digital copy of their State of New Mexico Food Purveyors Permit via email to [bot protected email address]

If your business is no longer in operation, please let us know via email to [bot protected email address] or by letter mailed to City of Santa Fe – Business Registration/Licensing, PO Box 909, Santa Fe, NM 87504-0909. If you have questions or need further information, please call us at (505) 955-6551 or by email at the address above.

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2018 Business License Renewal

 

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