Per Town code, the Town of Frisco requires any person operating and maintaining any business within the town, including the delivery of goods within the town, which are purchased or contracted for outside the corporate limits of the Town, to obtain an annual business license. To learn more about business licensing in Frisco, it is suggested that you review the relevant licensing section of the Town Code.
Businesses must renew their license annually. Both new and renewal businesses must provide proper proof of premise and copies of any specialty license or certification.
The annual fee for a business license is $75.00. All businesses are licensed on a January through December schedule, and therefore, businesses obtaining a license in the middle of the year will have their fee pro-rated. Filling out and submitting this form provides the Town of Frisco with necessary information regarding business activity in the town. Application fees are non-refundable.
The Town of Frisco will require owners of short term rentals (STR) to obtain a Town of Frisco short term rental license. A new ordinance (18-10- located in Article III) governing STRs was passed by Town Council on January 8, 2019. Short term rental owners are urged to read an outline of the ordinance, including updated timelines for full implementation.
Once you’ve created an account, you’ll be able to go online at any time to view and pay your bills.
Non-permanent businesses planning to do business within town limits can obtain a temporary business license. The fee is $25 per day. Download the Temporary Business License Application.
Before relocation, please contact the Community Development Department 970-668-5276 to ensure your business is allowed to operate in the new location.
Applications for a liquor license must be made on forms provided by the state licensing authority and must be approved by both the local and state licensing authorities before a license is issued. A public hearing is required for all new liquor licenses and may not be scheduled less than 30 days after receipt of application by the local licensing authority. For complete details, view our liquor license information document.
For information regarding trade name registration or sales tax registration, please refer to the State of Colorado’s website.