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Application for Home Based Business License (579.81 KB)
To operate a business out of your residence, you need to first obtain two approvals:
If you are establishing a new business in your residence, or you are changing the parameters of your existing business (e.g. change of address, changing the number of clients on your residential property), you must complete the Home-Based Business Application Form. The application form must be submitted to the Planning & Building Safety Department at the A.R. McDiarmid Civic Complex, 638 Princess Avenue.
Depending on the proposed business, the Licensing Department may require a copy of your license as issued by the Province of Manitoba.
Please contact the Planning & Building Safety Department at 204-729-2110 for more information.
Application for General Business License (21 KB)
Please use the General Business Form for the following licenses:
All dogs and cats (whether indoor pets or not) must be registered with the City of Brandon annually and the license year runs from January to December. However, new pets do not require registration until they are old enough for a rabies shot and/or six months of age.
Required documentation is as follows:
The current fees are as indicated below:
(The fee schedule may change from time to time and will supersede all rates indicated.)
Need further help? Contact the Licensing Section at:
Telephone: (204) 729-2230
Fax: (204) 726-8546 (attention: Licensing Section)Raffle Lottery Draws
Any charitable (non-profit) organization who intends to sell tickets as a fund raising effort for the benefit of the community must apply for a raffle license to hold these draws.
As of January 1, 2007, application inquiries for raffle licenses can be directed to the Manitoba Gaming Control Commission at 204-726-6923, Rm. 328, 340-9th Street, Brandon, MB or in Winnipeg at 1-800-782-0363.
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