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Door to Door Vendor License


When is a Door to Door Vendor's License necessary?

A door-to-door vendor's license is required if an individual travels from dwelling to dwelling or from office to office to sell goods or services.

What is the Door to Door Vendor's License application process?

A completed "Application For Vendor/Operator" must be submitted for review.

A valid driver's license is required to process the application.

When will a Door to Door License Cost?

The fees below include license fee, application fee, and one operator fee.

  1. ONE YEAR
    Base Fee 5% Total
    1. One year Base Rate $295.00   $14.75 = $309.75
    2. Application Fee $38.00   $1.90 = $39.90
    3. Operator Fee (each) $38.00   $1.90 =   $39.90
    $389.55
  2. SIXTY DAY
    1. Sixty Day Base Rate $190.00   $9.50 = $199.50
    2. Application Fee $38.00   $1.90 = $39.90
    3. Operator Fee (each) $38.00   $1.90 =   $39.90
    $279.30
  3. ONE DAY
    1. One Day Base Rate $38.00   $1.90 = $39.90
    2. Application Fee $38.00   $1.90 = $39.90
    3. Operator Fee (each) $38.00   $1.90 =   $39.90
    $119.70

An additional 5% Automation Enhancement Fee is included on the cost(s) listed above.

When will a Door to Door Ventor's License be ready for pick up?

Normally, a license can be issued within two business days from the date of application. The Department of Permitting Services reserves the right to delay issuance of a license if application requirements are not met or further information is required.

What is Future-Delivery Vendor?

A future-delivery vendor solicits orders for goods or services which will be delivered at a later time. A $1,305.00 surety bond must be posted in conjunction with this license application.

 

Application Package
Application Vendor Application
Application Renewal Vendor Renewal Application
Fees and Taxes
Title Executive Regulations
Title Automation Fee
Credit Card Authorization Form Credit Card Authorization Form
Bonds
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Codes, Standards, Executive Regulations
See Chapter 47 Montgomery County Code
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Inspection Requirements
  Inspections Arranged at time of Application
Frequently Asked Questions
311 Web Portal: Enter key word "Vendor" http://www3.montgomerycountymd.gov/311
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