City of Loma LindaLoma Linda Civic Center
25541 Barton Road
Loma Linda, CA 92354
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Business Licenses FAQ
What is a Business License?
A license is a business tax paid to the City in order to conduct business legally within the city limits. The purpose of the license is to generate revenue for the City to provide street maintenance, police and fire protection and many other community services.
Who Needs a Business License?
It is a requirement of the City of Loma Linda that any business, trade, profession, calling or occupation conducting business within the City shall procure a license.
When is a Business License Required?
A license must be obtained before the onset of business. Obtaining your license prior to conducting business will allow you to avoid penalties that could be incurred.
Where do I Obtain a Business License?
To obtain a license you must visit the Business License office located at 25541 Barton Road or call (909) 799-2846. The application must be completed and the license fees paid at this time.
Please note that depending of the type of business you may be required to show copies of permits from other governmental agencies.
With our city ranked as the 1212th biggest in the US, managing is can be seen as a tall order.
Luckily, with 97 people throughout history being at the helm, city has only prospered!
The Maryville’s city council is a major municipal legislative body, making sure that the city is being run accordingly.
This chamber, consisting of 20 representatives is held to account in elections every 2 years.
Di you know that many tickets can be paid without making a court appearance.
To see if your case is eligible, search for your case here, call (909) 658-6940 or try our online payment website. Note that it can take up to 14 days for handwritten tickets to appear in the system.
Boards & Commissions
Starting wit the municipal board of education and all the way to city lights commission, Loma Linda’s urban development has hundreds of things to work on.
Just like any other city in America, we manage all aspects of our city’s life.
Local TV Channel
When it comes to local television for people living in the local area, we’ve got the MeVeTV channel!
Funded partially by the municipal government and partially by the state government, it operates as a 7 hours/day news programming channel on all matters Loma Linda.
With more than 20 thousand people of working age living in Loma Linda, we understand how important managing such a massive workforce is and how much it depends on the economy.
This is why we work day and night to make sure that there’s no unemployment.