We Welcome You To Do Business In Buckeye
The city’s finance department issues business licenses and collects the revenue from these fees. Most people or companies planning to do business within the incorporated areas of the city are required to obtain a city business license, which is a good thing. It helps to ensure the reputability of people or companies doing business in our city, keeping us all accountable to the citizens we serve.
Click here to pay for your Business License online
(remember to type in your invoice #000, including the zeros)
- Apply for a Business License
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Business License Fees
- List of Current Licensed Solicitors
- List of Current Licensed Businesses
If you currently have a business license with the city, please note that we have changed our billing system. Your next renewal notice will be sent 30-45 days before your current business license’s expiration date. This notice will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org. Your new business license number is in the top left corner of the renewal notice, above your business name. This new number will be needed for all business correspondence with the City of Buckeye. In addition, we now require that every business has an active email address on file. You may contact us at 623-349-6165 or email@example.com to verify that you have an email address on file.
- Mike Miller, Tax Auditor
Starting a Business in Buckeye
Buckeye’s Economic Development Department is available to help meet the needs of the business community by showing you why Buckeye should be the location for your business. Staff can provide site selection information, population and housing demographics, workforce data, cost of doing business, as well as personal customer service from start to finish and beyond for your company.
Our team works with you to maximize your company’s success. We’re here to show you and your company why Buckeye is the right place for you.
Contact Us to Help You Start Your Business
- David Roderique, Director
- Suzie Boyles, Economic Development Manager
Tennille Hiller, Economic Development Coordinator