While we are still here to assist if you need it, the VIP Portal allows you to accomplish everything from the comfort of your home or office.
**The VIP Portal uses Internet Explorer 11 or the latest version of Chrome**
Before you get started, be sure to check out our tutorial here.
Antes de comenzar, asegúrese de consultar nuestro tutorial aquí.
For questions or concerns please contact us at 520-316-6920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are working on behalf of a company, please stop and contact us at 520-316-6920 for an access code prior to creating your account.
*The cutoff time is 11:59 PM for inspection requests for the next available date.
We DO NOT provide times or provide estimated times of inspection.
For questions or concerns please contact us at 520-316-6982 or email email@example.com
Effective January 1st, 2019 Business Licenses are no longer required or issued by the City of Maricopa, with the exception of Regulated Businesses*.
*Regulated Businesses include Auctioneers, Pawnbrokers, tobacco retail establishments, tattoo and/or body piercing establishments, after hours establishments, massage establishments, scrap dealers and secondhand dealers. This does not eliminate any other city/county/state/permitting requirements.
The Police Department is open to the public for fingerprinting City of Maricopa Regulated Business Licensing applicants, agents, and employees.
Fingerprinting appointments are required. The applicant needs to call the Police Records Unit at 520-316-6800 option #2 to schedule a fingerprinting appointment.
The applicant needs to bring the following to their fingerprinting appointment-
Applicants must apply for a Regulated Business License online prior to scheduling a fingerprinting appointment. If assistance is needed to create an account or apply for a license online, please call 520-316-6920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AZ Department of Public Safety (DPS) may take up to 8 weeks to process the fingerprints. DPS will mail the results of the fingerprint-based criminal history check to the Police Department. The Police Department will conduct an investigation of the application and background of the applicant and proposed licensee. The Police Department will then recommend the approval or denial of the license (via Smartgov workflow) to the Permit Center. The Permit Center will contact the applicant with the next steps in the regulated business license application process.