Welcome to the Gunnison City Business
License Application Process!
Please see the steps below:
Step 1. After you have determined the type of business you would like to start, please visit:
One Stop Utah.gov
to register your business and acquire your federal and state tax ID numbers,
as well as your sales tax number if applicable.
Step 2. Print a copy of the Gunnison City Business License Application
Step 3. Review the Gunnison City Code to determine if a Land Use Application is required
If you see a P-1 listed under your zoning district for the type of business you would like to start,
please fill out a Permitted P-1 USE Application.
Wondering what zone you are in? Please see the
to the front office of the Gunnison City Hall (38 West Center) along with your completed
Business License Application. Once completion of the forms is verified, they will be turned to the Gunnison City Zoning Administrator for the proposed approval.
Permitted P-1 USE Application
Step 4. If your business is a Home Occupation, all Home Occupations will need to go before the Planning & Zoning Commission for approval.
This is a one time approval process, and any annual renewals after that may be
completed online, if your business qualifies.
Please use this Permitted P-2 USE Application if you see a P-2 listed under your zoning district for the type of business you would like to start or if you are applying for a
Home Occupation license. You will then need to call Valerie, P&Z Secretary, at 435-528-7969 to get on the agenda for the next P&Z meeting.
These meetings are generally held on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
You will need to bring your completed Permitted P-2 Use Application along with your completed Business License Application to the P&Z meeting for the proposed approval.
Permitted P-2 Use Application
This Home Occupation Checklist will help you prepare for your visit with the P&Z Commission:Home Occupation Checklist
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact
Valerie Andersen, City Recorder at 435-528-7969
during regular business hours. You may also visitCity Hall to pick up the applications.