- The Auction application must be completely filled out and signed; including, i) applicant business name, ii) legal name, home address, and birth dates for all owners, officers, member, managers, and auctioneer that will be on-site to conduct auction, and iii) phone number during auction event.
- The application must be received at least two weeks prior to the event. A late fee of $200.00 will be charged for all applications that are submitted after deadline.
- A city business license must be obtained, and a sales tax deposit in the amount of $500 (business check only) must be submitted. For questions, email Sales Tax at email@example.com.
- A surety bond in the amount of $1,000, payable annually, must be posted with the city. The surety bond or cashier’s check will be held for 60 days after last planned auction event.
- Please Note: Auction licenses are not required for auctions conducted under any legal process (court order, property seizure, etc.), and Auctions that are held during fund-raising events for local non-profit organizations are not required to obtain a city auction license, but may still need a city business license.
Auction Application Overview
How to Apply for an Auction License
The Regulatory Licensing Division holds virtual application clinics every Wednesday morning, which you may attend via call in to ask questions
10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for Miscellaneous license application questions
Call: 720-593-3714 and enter conf ID: 308 350 846#
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Phone Conference ID: 308350846#