We may or may not have a space available on any given year at Bone Daddy's Custom Cycles. However, we will do our best to help you find an alternate location near by.
The City of Red Lodge Requires Businesses and Vendors to obtain the following:
The City of Red Lodge requires all businesses located and/or operating inside the City limits to pay a business registration fee and undergo the applicable inspection requirements to promote the health, safety and welfare of its citizens. Failure to obtain a business registration certificate prior to operating a business in the corporate limits of the City constitutes a violation of Ordinance No. 907. This certificate of registration has been enacted for the purposes of providing an inventory of commercial activities conducted within the City; determining businesses subject to collection and remittance of the resort tax; providing a method of determining compliance with safety regulations imposed on commercial activities within the City; and providing a mechanism whereby owners of commercial activities can be identified and be notified by City officials.
To access the Application, please click on the below link, complete and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, Businesses and Vendors are required to pay the City's Resort Tax per the following:
Businesses and vendors operating within the City Limits selling is a taxable items under Ordinance No. 901, are subject to the collection of resort tax. Every entity, subject to the resort tax, that applies for a City business registration must provide a bond in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) payable to the City to ensure its compliance with the City’s resort tax. The bond shall be issued by a surety company licensed to conduct business within the State of Montana. Alternatively, any entity may post five hundred dollars ($500.
00) cash or a five hundred dollar ($500.00) irrevocable letter of credit, payable to the City and issued by an FDIC insured financial institution for the same purpose. The bond, cash or letter of credit must remain effective for one (1) full year after the date of the entity’s initial business registration. The City shall not issue a business registration without the entity’s compliance with this section.
Again, to access the property form, please click on the below link: