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Businesses located within the city limits are required to obtain a business license. If you are located outside the city limits and have a city of Sedona tax liability you are also required to obtain a business license. 

Apply for a license at the Finance Department, 102 Roadrunner Dr. or download an application and submit it to the department at a later date.

Short-term vacation rentals 

 If you own a short-term vacation rental, you are required to obtain a business license; please allow 2-3 weeks for application processing. To obtain the business license, you must also obtain a transaction privilege tax license from the Arizona Department of Revenue. Short term vacation rentals are required to remit transaction privilege tax at the same rate as a hotel (transient occupancy tax). Sedona has two counties, Coconino and Yavapai, which have different tax rates. Questions?  Contact the Sedona Finance Department at (928) 204-7185 or email businesslicense@SedonaAZ.gov.

Note regarding TPT payments for tax years prior to 2016, and 2016 and after. The city of Sedona returned to the Arizona Department of Revenue for collection of our Transaction Privilege Tax effective January 1, 2016. For TPT reporting periods prior to January 2016 use the Revenue Discovery Systems tax form and submit with payment to RDS or directly to the city of Sedona. Starting with your January 2016 reporting period use the Arizona Department of Revenue tax form and submit with payment to the Arizona Department of Revenue.


Business license database
Current as of February 22, 2017  

This table summarizes information about businesses that have obtained a Sedona Business license; the information contained therein is subject to change.  Fields are from left to right: Business name, DBA, city and state, phone number, date license expires. Questions? Call the Finance Department at 928-204-7185 or email businesslicense@sedonaaz.gov.


 Links to other resources

  • For additional information about starting, operating and growing a business, visit the Arizona Commerce Authority website at azcommerce.com/smallbiz. Their free online checklist program is designed to help you easily navigate information on what you need to know, who you need to contact and where you need to go to license your business in Arizona. It also includes contact information for statewide resources and assistance to accelerate your business growth.
  • Arizona Department of Revenue
  • Office of the Arizona State Treasurer
  • Model City Tax Code