Services for Business
The city has a wealth of programs and activities to assist businesses, large and small. On these pages, find information regarding the city's commercial development review process, how to do business with the city, business opportunities for small and disadvantaged enterprise businesses, and privilege and sales tax information.
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DEVELOPMENT ONLINE SERVICES AND PERMITTING
Submit, pay for and print plans and selective permits electronically. Make payments online, request or cancel an inspections, or search/research plan reviews, permits, certificates.
VENDOR HELP CENTER
Interested in becoming a city vendor? Get information on how to navigate the city's procurement processes.
CONTRACTING WITH THE CITY
Phoenix offers many opportunities for private contractors and subcontractors to do business with the city. Find details about contracting opportunities, vendor qualifications, proposals and how to bid on projects.
MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Growing and expanding a business can be very challenging. Find out how the city can help businesses grow and expand in the Phoenix market.
OFFICE OF CUSTOMER ADVOCACY (OCA)
The OCA provides assistance and case management for land development and building permit processes, including infill development and adaptive reuse.
TRANSACTION PRIVILEGE AND SALES TAX INFORMATION
Find out about business licensing, view the tax code, file sales tax returns/payments online and get information about free privilege tax seminars.
SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (SDBE) PROGRAM
Find out about SDBE certification and view a directory of of SDBE firms.
The city does not issue a general business license. Only certain activities are regulated and require a license or require a recommendation/approval from the City. Find out which ones.