Licenses & Fees
All business licenses must be filed by May 1 with the Commissioner of the Revenue. Payment is due with filing. For information pertaining to Business licenses, please contact the Commissioner of the Revenue, (434) 332-9584; (434) 332-9597
||$0.16 per $100 Gross Receipts|
||$0.20 per $100 Gross Receipts|
||$0.05 per $100 Gross Purchases |
||$0.35 per $100 Gross Receipts|
||$0.50 per $100 Gross Receipts|
For additional information on the County's Business License Program, view the Department of Economic Development's Starting Your Business in Campbell County or call (434) 332-9584.
On January 1 and not later than January 31 of each year, the owner of any dog four (4) months old or older shall pay a license tax as prescribed in §4-19 of the County Code.
(b) The license tax as prescribed in §4-19 of the County Code is due not later than thirty (30) days after a dog has reached the age of four (4) months, or not later than thirty (30) days after an owner acquires a dog four (4) months of age or older, and each year thereafter.
License fee is $5 per spayed/neutered dog or $10 per non-spayed/non-neutered dog. All dogs must have a valid rabies vaccination certificate, which must be presented at the time of license purchase.
Kennels must also be licensed. Fees are $20 for up to 20 dogs, or $30 for up to 50 dogs.
For more information contact the Campbell County Treasurer's Office.
Marriage licenses are issued by the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Both parties must be 18 years of age.
If between 16 and 18 years of age, an applicant must be accompanied by a parent and must furnish a birth certificate.
If divorced, a party must have a certified copy of the divorce decree.
Both parties must be present.
The fee is $30.00 for a marriage license which is valid for 60 days.
On January 1, 2006, Campbell County implemented a licensing program which discountinued the use of a windshield decal on licensed vehicles. The license fee for cars and trucks is $27.00, which is included in personal property tax bills each fall and is assessed on vehicles owned January 1st of the current tax year. If a resident purchases another vehicle during the course of the year, it will not be assessed an additional fee. All vehicles will be assessed the license fee, whether they are operable or not, unless otherwise exempted by the County or State Code.