City Hall - 120 Malabar Road Palm Bay, FL 32907
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
EFFECTIVE July 1, 2017 ALL businesses who use a Fictitious Name(also known as a DBA) MUST submit a copy of their Fictitious Name Registration when applying for or renewing their Business Tax Receipt. If you do not have one, please visit SunBiz.org or call (850) 245-6059 for information on how to obtain one.Our Finance Department is responsible for the issuance and collection of all Business Tax Receipts under the authority of Chapter 110 of the City of Palm Bay Code of Ordinance.
Service is provided Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Customer Service counter located in the lobby of City Hall, 120 Malabar Road SE. Our phone number is (321) 952-3419. Business Tax Receipt renewals can be paid online. To pay for your Business Tax Receipt renewal, you will need your Business Control No. and the Annual Receipt Fee amount provided on the renewal notice sent via mail or you may contact Customer Service to obtain this information. Pay BTR.
An application fee and receipt fee are required in order to process applications. The receipt fee is non-refundable once an application is submitted for processing unless the application is denied. Persons licensed by the State of Florida or certified by Brevard County must provide a copy of all applicable licenses and/or certifications at the time application is made. Please allow 10 -14 days for processing. Incomplete applications may result in additional processing time.
- Commercial Business Tax Receipt Information Packet
- Fillable BTR Commercial application
- Home Business Tax Receipt Information Packet
- Fillable BTR Home application
We will mail your Business Tax Receipt or you may pick it up once approved. Upon receipt of the City of Palm Bay’s Business Tax Receipt, you will need to contact the Brevard County Tax Office, 450 Cogan Dr SE, Palm Bay or call (321) 952-6325 to obtain your Brevard County Business Tax Receipt.
Businesses needing to make changes of location, changes in ownership, a name change, the sale of a business or closure of a business, please email our office at email@example.com.
Sexual Predator/Offender Information
On November 17, 2005, the City of Palm Bay adopted Ordinance 2005-76. The ordinance makes it unlawful for any sexual predator or sexual offender to work in certain locations.
The ordinance makes it unlawful for any sexual predator or sexual offender to enter into or upon any residence, including the cartilage thereof, any designated private or public school facilities or grounds, including school bus stops, any day-care center, library, after-care center, park, playground, hospital, hospice facility, nursing home, adult day-care center, dwelling, domicile, or other place where children or vulnerable adults may reside or regularly congregate, to make deliveries or perform work.
The ordinance defines “vulnerable adults” and a copy of the ordinance can be obtained from the City Clerk’s office located at 120 Malabar Road, SE, Palm Bay, FL 32907.
Any person who violates the ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree punishable by a fine of $500.00 and a term of imprisonment not exceeding sixty (60) days. A second or subsequent conviction is punishable, as a first degree misdemeanor, by a fine of $1,000.00 and a term of imprisonment not exceeding one (1) year.
For additional information please contact the Investigations Division of the Palm Bay Police Department at (321) 952-3492.