Escort Service Employee

An escort service employee license is required for any person who is: (1) an escort or (2) an escort runner who assists with transportation and other aspects of an escort business. All escort service employees (escorts and escort runners) must be employed by a licensed escort company. 

How to Get a Business License

Application Fee: $150

License Fee: $50

CBI Name Check:  $6.85

 

Fees can be paid with cash, check,  money order or credit card.  Checks should be made payable to Manager of Finance. 

Your license will be issued when the following actions are taken: 

All documents required for the license are complete and submitted to the office

The background check, if required, is approved

  1. Fees are paid in full

Renew a Business License

Renew in Person
Come to the Department of Excise and Licenses office.

Request a renewal for your business license.

Once all documentation is complete and background check (if required) is approved you will be issued a payment voucher.

Take the payment voucher to the cashier and pay the renewal license fee.

Return to the Department of Excise and Licenses office with your receipt for payment.

Your business license will be printed.

 

Renew by Mail
You can mail in your license renewal along with a check made payable to the Manager of Finance for the total city fees due. Be sure to include your Business File Number (BFN) on your check.

Office Hours and Location
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Webb Municipal Office Building
201 W. Colfax Avenue, 2nd Floor

Phone
All City Services: 311

Mailing Information
Department of Excise and Licenses
201 W. Colfax Ave Dept. 206
Denver, CO 80202

Special Documentation Required:

On or after January 2, 2007, to renew a license, individuals and sole proprietorships must present a Secure and Verifiable Identification as defined by Colorado Law and must submit an Affidavit of Lawful Presence in the United States.  If you mail in your renewal, the Secure and Verifiable Identification and Affidavit of Lawful Presence must be notarized.

Licenses must be renewed on or before the expiration date to avoid penalty fees.

90 Day Grace Period

There is a 90 day grace period from the expiration date during which licenses can be renewed for a penalty fee.

First 30 days of grace period:  20% penalty fee

Days 31 - 90:  50% penalty fee

After 90 days:  Licensees will be required to apply for a new license

 

  • Department of Excise and Licenses inspectors will attempt to locate and notify business license holders of the approaching expiration date.  However, failure of an inspector to notify a delinquent licensee that its license has expired does not excuse the licensee from any applicable late penalty.

Municipal Code


Plan Extra Time!

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Inspections and paperwork can take longer than you expect.  Plan extra time to get your license.

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