Business Licenses

Important: If your business is located within Moab City Limits, you will need to apply for a license through the City of Moab.

Obtaining a new business license is a simple, 3-step process.  If you have any questions about the information below, please call us at (435) 259-1321, and one of our friendly staff members will be happy to help.
1. Application 

Obtain a business license application in person at the Grand County Clerk's Office, or download the application here:
NOTE: This application requires a Utah State Tax ID Number.  You can obtain this number online at

2. Signatures

After completing the form, you must obtain the four following signatures on the application. You may visit their respective offices in person, or email them a scan of your completed application. Once you have obtained all four signatures, you must submit the application with the signatures to the Grand County Clerk's Office.  You can bring it in person, send it by mail, or scan and email to Deputy Clerk Janna Kyle at
NOTE: We understand that not all businesses operate out of a brick-and-mortar facility.  Many businesses are run from a home, or are mobile and service clients on location.  However, in order to obtain a business license in Grand County, you must obtain all four signatures on your application, regardless of whether the nature of your business requires a physical building or not.
Building Inspector
Contact Mona Pompili, Permit Technician
Grand County Courthouse 
125 E Center St
Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-4134
County Planning and Zoning
Contact Mary Hofhine, Planning and Zoning Coordinator
Grand County Courthouse
125 E Center St
Moab, UT 84532 
(435) 259-1343
Fire Department
Contact Philip Mosher, Fire Chief
Moab Valley Fire Department
25 South 100 East Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-5557
Sanitarian/Health Department
Contact Orion Rogers
Southeastern Utah District Health
575 Kane Creek Boulevard (next to the Movie Theater)
Moab, UT 84532

(435) 259-5602

3. Payment

After the Clerk's office has reviewed your completed, signed application form, you will be required to pay the license fee. We accept cash, check, credit card, or eCheck.  (Note: There is an additional 2.5% transaction fee for credit cards, or a $0.75 fee for using an eCheck.)

You may pay for your license in person at the Grand County Clerk's Office during our regular business hours, over the phone using your credit card, or you may send a check by mail.  (See the right hand column for contact information and office hours).

How much does a Business License Cost?
Regular business licenses are $100 per year. New license purchases are prorated quarterly, as follows:
  • Jan 01 - Mar 31: $100
  • Apr 01 - Jun 30: $75
  • Jul 01 - Sep 30: $50
  • Oct 01 - Dec 31: $25