The Monterey Peninsula Airport District Board of Directors adopted Ordinance No. 928, An Ordinance of the Monterey Peninsula Airport District Enacting and Approving a Business License and Registration Program, effective January 1, 2022, requiring a business license for businesses that operate within jurisdictional boundaries of the Monterey Regional Airport.
The Ordinance requires all businesses that are operating from the Airport property to register with the Airport. This will enable the Airport to develop a list of all businesses so that valuable information can be obtained, which may be used by emergency responder and building and safety personnel for the protection of the public health, safety and welfare of the Airport visitors, patrons and customers.
For all businesses operating at the Airport, the premises will be inspected each year by the Fire Marshall, operations personnel, facilities personnel, as well as the Airport’s engineer, to ensure that the premises are compliant with the various building and fire codes.
All Business License applications, including the required documents and the Annual Business License Fee, must be submitted Annually by December 31st of each year..2024 Annual Business Licence Application FormOrdinance No. 928
Prior to conducting any business, each person shall pay all business license fees as determined by the Airport Board. Business licenses fees for existing businesses must be paid annually. Business license fees for new businesses shall be prorated on a quarterly basis at the time that the business license is issued based on current fee schedule adopted by the Airport Board.
2024 ANNUAL BUSINESS LICENSE FEE OF $500 DUE DECEMBER 31, 2023
Annual business license's shall be valid from January 1 or the date of renewal issuance, whichever is last, through December 31 of each year.
The business license shall be renewed annually by the filing of a renewal application on a form provided by the Airport, accompanied by payment of the appropriate fee, if applicable, not more than 30 calendar days nor fewer than 60 calendar days prior to the expiration of the current license. The renewal application and fee shall be delinquent after December 31 of each year. Any License Fee that becomes delinquent for more than 60 Days will automatically be subject to applicable penalties.
The Airport may send a courtesy notice of renewal to each person holding a business license. Any notice shall be mailed to the business mailing address set out in the application and shall remind the person of the requirement to renew their business license and how to do so. Failure of the Airport to send or the person to receive a renewal notice does not waive the renewal requirement.