If your business does not require a municipal business licence, adherence to the zoning by-law is still required. For more information, please contact email@example.com
|Adult Entertainment By-Law|
|Body Rub By-Law|
|Business Licensing By-Law|
|Pawn Shop Licence By-Law|
|Taxi By-Law (Issued by Sarnia Police)|
|Short-Term Accommodations By-Law |
For More Information Visit: Short-Term Accommodations
|Payday Loan By-Law |
In Ontario, payday lenders must also be licensed Provincially by the Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, and licenses must be displayed. The Provincial application package for lenders and brokers is available for download online at Ontario’s Central Forms Repository at https://forms.mgcs.gov.on.ca. This site also offers mandatory education tools, and information regarding the rules for running a payday loan business.
The City of Sarnia’s Sewer Use By-law Number 13 of 2021 prohibits the discharge of sewage containing more than 100 mg/L of fats, oils and grease of animal or vegetable origin. For more information: https://www.sarnia.ca/living-here/water-wastewater/f-o-g-fats-oils-and-grease-management-program/
Proof of compliance with the Fire Code, as determined by the Sarnia Fire Chief, is required for all new Business Licenses. To ensure your establishment is ready for your inspection, please review the following checklist. Click here to download a PDF of the checklist.
A liquor sales licence may be issued to allow the sale and service of alcohol to the public. For more information and how to apply, please contact the Clerk’s department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (519)332-0330 ext 3320.
The form is available online: https://www.agco.ca/alcohol/liquor-sales-licences-municipal-approval
Additional forms required for a liquor licence are available on the AGCO’s website.
Special Occasion Permits (Short term liquor sales) are available at the LCBO, or by contacting AGCO.
All inquiries can be directed to AGCO 1-800-522-2876.
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New Business Information
Please visit the webpage New Business.
Business Renewal Information
Please visit the webpage Business Licensing Renewals.
Short-Term Accommodation Information
Please visit the webpage Short-Term Accommodations.
Busking permits are required for any individual who wishes to perform along the waterfront (Centennial to Seaway Park) from April through October of each year. For additional information please contact the Parks and Recreation Department 519-332-0330 Extension 3301.
Click here for more information about business permits, licences and other requirements needed to start, operate and grow your business from the federal, provincial/territorial and participating municipal governments.
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Business Licence Directory
To find out more about why we licence each category please view our Business Licence By-Law. If you notice a […]