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Brundidge Business License FAQs
Who is required to purchase a business license?
All persons, firms, corporations or businesses located inside the City of Brundidge, or outside the city but conducting a trade, business, commerce, occupation, profession, exhibition, vocation, or performing services in the city.

When should I purchase a business license?
Prior to beginning operations.

What businesses need a license?
All businesses, whether profit, non-profit, or home-based.

Who issues business licenses?
The Accounting Department of the City of Brundidge.

What is the city's license year?
Jan. 1 through Dec. 31.  All business licenses expire on December 31 each year, regardless of the date it was issued.

What if I have more than one business?
You are required to file separate applications and obtain separate business licenses for each line of business, vocation, occupation or profession in which you are engaged.

How can I get a business license?
Contact the Accounting Department (Robbi McKenzie) to obtain an application.  Upon receipt of the completed application, the Accounting Department will determine the proper classification for your business and the taxes your business will be required to remit to the City of Brundidge.  The Department will then issue you an assessment letter listing the license fees due and payable to the City of Brundidge.  An account will then be established to record your future license fees and tax payments.

For more information contact:
City of Brundidge Business License Department

Mailing Address:
City of Brundidge
Attn:  Judith Hughes
PO Box 638
Brundidge, AL  36010

Street Address:
146 South Main Street
Brundidge, AL  36010

Building Permits and Inspections
The Inspection Services Department of the City of Brundidge oversees all residential and commercial construction, tenant improvements, and remodeling projects within the City of Brundidge to ensure that such work meets the building, mechanical, plumbing, gas, and electrical codes adopted by the city.  By assuring the safety and aesthetic standards of structures and utilities, Inspection Services helps to maintain the quality of the residential and business communities in Brundidge.

The Inspection Services Department:

  • Obtaining permits for residential or commercial construction; conducting land-disturbing activity; plumbing; gas or mechanical work; electrical work
  • Building codes adopted by the City of Brundidge City Council
  • Permit fees information
  • Information about sign restrictions Ordinances regulating weeds, debris, and/or inoperable vehicles
  • Information about requirements for subdivision and erosion bond
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