The Town of Yountville requires that every person, firm, corporation, partnership or other business organization conducting business within the Town to obtain a business license. All appropriate and necessary entitlements (i.e., Conditional Use Permit) must be obtained prior to obtaining a business license.
How to Apply for a New Business License
You can now apply for a Town of Yountville business license online! Please click on the "Get Started Online" button below to access the application.
AB3002 Notice to Applicants for Business Licenses and Commercial Building Permits
Under federal and state law, compliance with disability access laws is a serious and significant responsibility that applies to all California building owners and tenants with buildings open to the public. Click the links below to view the required AB3002 Notice to Applicants for Business Licenses and Commercial Building Permits:
- English (PDF)
- Spanish (PDF)
- Korean (PDF)
- Tagalog (PDF)
- Vietnamese (PDF)
- Chinese (Traditional) (PDF)
- Chinese (Simplified) (PDF)
List of Business Licenses Issued
The following files include active businesses who have been issued a Town of Yountville Business License. The lists are updated the first week of each month and may include the following information: Business License number, business name, Business License effective dates, and business phone number.
Note: The list includes both new businesses and existing businesses
California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Information
For specific information about the programs the CDTFA administers, how to register for Sales and Use Tax, most Special Tax and Fee programs, Permits and Licenses, and how to file and report State Taxes and Fees correctly, please visit www.cdtfa.ca.gov.
CalGold - The Gold Standard for Permit Assistance
For a comprehensive website that assists business owners in finding the appropriate permit information for their businesses and receive contact information for the various agencies that administer and issue permits, visit the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development website, CalGold, at www.calgold.ca.gov.