Residents are encouraged to limit watering lawns immediately. For more information, visit ouc.com/waterinfo.
For updated information on coronavirus/COVID-19, visit orlando.gov/covid19.
Use our digital business permitting guide to apply for your business tax receipt. You must pay a tax to operate a business within the City of Orlando.
Are you operating a business in the City of Orlando? The city requires a Certificate of Use in conjunction with a Business Tax Receipt to ensure that a business is allowed to operate in the zoning district where it is located.
Do you want to sell food, merchandise or services from a mobile business in the City of Orlando? You'll need a business tax receipt to operate within city limits.
Do you want to sell food in one of the city's food truck parking zones? You'll need a business tax receipt and proof of insurance to park your food truck in these city locations. Please note the Downtown Mobile Food Vending Program will end on Thursday, September 30.
Do you want to operate your own limousine, shuttle service or luxury sedan, van or SUV company? The police department's Vehicle for Hire unit requires registration of all drivers and vehicles to keep passengers safe.
Do you want to operate or work for a pedicab company? The city requires annual registration of all drivers and non-motorized vehicles to keep passengers safe.
The City of Orlando issues permits to ensure signs are constructed, installed and maintained so that public and traffic safety is maintained.
If you are adding seats to your restaurant, the city must complete part of the D.B.P.R. form in order for it to be accepted by the state.
The city's Oil and Grease Management Program aims to reduce the amount of fats, oil and grease that enter the sewer collection system.