Renewing a Business Licence
UPDATE: On July 11, 2022, The City of Richmond launched MyBusiness, a new online business licencing service in the MyRichmond portal that enables businesses to easily apply for, update, and renew their licences.
The option for the in-person and mail-in business licence application process is still available as described below.Business Licence Renewals
Business Licences expire on the 1st of every month and a renewal notice will be mailed approximately 30 days prior to the expiry date. This renewal notice is a two-part form; the top portion is the Business Licence for posting and the bottom portion is the invoice for payment. Carefully review the notice to ensure all information is correct.
You may pay with cheque, money order, Interac card, or credit card. Note: Cash is not accepted at this time.
Please note that these options are only for renewals without any changes.
- By Mail – detach the invoice portion of the renewal notice and mail it together with your payment to Richmond City Hall, 6911 No. 3 Road, Richmond, BC V6Y 2C1, attention Business Licence Division.
- Online – click the link below to pay through our website using a credit card. You will be required to provide the licence year number and account number from your current renewal notice.
- At your Bank or Credit Union – detach and use the invoice portion of your renewal notice with your payment. If you do electronic banking with your financial institution, use the Account Number found on your current renewal notice (note that this number changes each licence year).
- In Person – bring the invoice portion of the renewal notice with your payment to Richmond City Hall, 6911 No. 3 Road, during regular business hours, Mon to Fri, 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You may pay with cash, cheque, money order or by using your Interac card, or credit card. Note: City Hall is scheduled to re-open for business licence inquiries and payments on Mar 21, 2022.