This page should have all of the different permits and license applications needed for the Village.
Before a business begins operating in Claycomo, a Village Business License is required. An application, fee, additional paperwork, and approval from the Board of Trustees is required to be submitted to the Deputy Village Clerk. All Licenses must be paid for by check, cash, or credit. All Village Licenses expire June 30 of each year. License renewal takes place from June 1-September 30 each year. A reminder letter is mailed at the end of May to the mailing address on the license account. Licenses shall be considered delinquent on August 1 of each year, although August is a grace-period for delinquent penalties. If a license remains delinquent after August 31, penalties apply. Before opening a business in Claycomo, Commercial businesses require fire and building inspections.
Questions about Licensing? Please contact Deputy Village Clerk at 816-452-5539 ext. 7 or email@example.com
An active Business License must be on-file before a Village Liquor License can be issued.
Please indicate on the Village Liquor License application what type of license you are applying for. Applications to sell liquor must be approved by the Village Clerk and Board of Trustees.
Application for temporary sign permits shall be made in writing upon forms provided by the village. Such application shall contain the location by street and number of the proposed sign, as well as the name and address of the owner and the sign contractor or erector, as necessary or applicable.
The Village by the Board of Trustees herein adopts and incorporates by reference in haec verba as if fully set forth the following codes as the building code of the village, regulating and controlling the construction and erection of buildings and dwelling houses:
(a) Uniform Building Code, 2012 edition.
(b) International Plumbing Code, 2012 edition.
(c) Uniform Fire Code, 2012 edition.
(d) Uniform Mechanical Code, 2012 edition.
(e) National Electrical Code, 2012 edition.
(a) No person shall keep or harbor, whether owned or not, within the village any male or female dog without first having obtained a license therefore, and paid a fee thereon as required by this division.
(b) The licensing provisions of this division shall not apply to nonresidents of the village unless they keep a dog within the village for more than thirty (30) days.
(Ord. No. 2797, § 1, 8-27-2007)