- Community Development
- Business Licensing
Utah State requires that all businesses operating in Utah be registered with the Department of Commerce and licensed with a city or county in the state. It is required that anyone engaged in business in Kaysville City obtain a city business license, with the exception of Minor Home Businesses.
Those qualifying as a Minor Home Business may request a Home Occupation License certificate if needed, and pay a processing fee. A business may be visited or inspected and required to fulfill local zoning, building and parking requirements before receiving a license. This helps to ensure employee and public health, safety and welfare.
Apply For a License
Learn how to obtain a business license.
Business License Fees
All licensing fees are as set forth in the City’s Consolidated Fee Schedule.
Doing Business in Kaysville
Kaysville is the epitome of an “ideal American city.”
Kaysville Business Support
Kaysville Business Support meetings began in April 2016 as a joint effort between Kaysville City and the Kaysville Rotary Club to provide vocational training and improve networking opportunities for Kaysville City businesses.
View business license resources.
A solicitor is a person that sells products door-to-door.
Special Event Permits
A special event is an event occurring out of the ordinary course of everyday functions.
Temporary Merchants, Fireworks Sales & Food Trucks
It is unlawful for any person to conduct business of a temporary merchant without first securing a business license therefore.
Business Licensing Renewal
Business licenses are renewed annually on December 31st every year. You will need your reference # and PIN to renew online. It can be e-mailed to you by contacting our office.