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As set forth in the Lyons Town Code, an annual business license is required for all businesses operating in the Town of Lyons. Business licenses expire on December 31 of each year.It is the business owner’s responsibility to remember that business licenses must be renewed each January. Failure to renew may result in the revocation of the license as indicated in Section 2-1-10 of the Lyons Town Code. Business licenses of any type, including both renewing and new businesses, are $50. Renewing business license applications and payments must be submitted on or before Wednesday, Jan. 30. All renewals submitted after 4:30 p.m. on January 30 will be issued a penalty of ten percent (10%) of the amount of the license fee, and an additional five percent (5%) of the original fee will be added on the last day of each calendar month (LMC § 6-1-100).
Payment information is listed at the end of the application.
This application must be completed in full.
(This may be a Facebook page or other informational hosting site. Please mark N/A if you/your employees do not manage your business's content online.)
Please mark all the industries that best describe your business.
Required by all Retail and Commercial Food businesses.
Please upload a scan or image of your current Boulder County Retail Food Establishment License.
Please upload the last quarter's grease trap report
Please provide a general description of operations, including primary products and/or services.
A home business shall be allowed as a permitted accessory use, provided that all of the following conditions are met.I Certify:
Please type full name
E, EC, R-1, R-2, R-2A, R-3 and any residential lot of a Planned Unit Development (PUD) and Agricultural (both A-1 and A-2) Zone Districts may include and shall be limited to:
Each business licensed in Lyons is listed on www.lyonscolorado.com. If you'd like to customize your business's page with photos and additional information, please use the following fields, or contact Arielle Hodgson at email@example.com.
To view your business's page, submit your upcoming events, or learn more about Lyons' tourism and marketing efforts, visit www.lyonscolorado.com.
Please direct questions or information modifications to Arielle Hodgson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to submit photos to be posted on your business page, please do so here. By uploading a photo(s), you allow the Town of Lyons permission to use the photos for the purpose of online marketing on www.lyonscolorado.com.
Note: businesses located outside Town of Lyons proper will be prompted to skip the following two sections.Did you know that your drinking water system is susceptible to contamination through water usage in your own building? This can happen when the drinking water system is connected to uses that make the water no longer potable. This is commonly referred to as a cross connection. Common cross connections found in a building are:
Fire Sprinkler Lines, Irrigation Sprinkler Lines, Boilers, Automatic Soap Injectors, Hoses in Sinks, Hose Bibs, Alternate Water Supplies, Swimming Pools, and Display Fountains.
Under certain conditions the unintended reverse flow of fluids can pass through a cross connection and could potentially contaminate the drinking water distribution system presenting an immediate health risk to you and potentially to your neighbors.
Cross connections within buildings cannot always be avoided but they can be controlled. Local jurisdictions require that private buildings be protected from contamination from cross connections in accordance with the local plumbing code. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment requires that public water systems control cross connections at all applicable service connections through various assemblies and methods. Cross connections are typically controlled via the use of air gaps, check valves and backflow prevention assemblies.
Under certain circumstances, a private residence may have a cross connection that is not covered under the local plumbing code. The Colorado Primary Drinking Water Regulation 11 requires that your water provider ensure that an adequate backflow prevention assembly is installed at the service connection or at the point where the cross connection is created. The attached questionnaire is intended to provide you with the opportunity to evaluate your building for potential cross connections and ensure that your drinking water system is being protected adequately from potential contamination. It is also intended to allow the water purveyor to identify any cross connections that are not covered under the local plumbing code.
Please note that the Colorado Revised Statutes 25-1-114 (1)(h) do not allow anyone to install, maintain or permit an uncontrolled cross connection that is connected to a drinking water system that supplies water to the public. Your building is connected to a water system that supplies water to the public.
Questions?For clarification on any aspect of backflow prevention, cross-connection control, and wastewater classification, please contact email@example.com.
Please check all that apply
If none, enter 0 in the space provided.
Please check all activities expected at this facility, regardless of wastewater discharge.
If you selected "Other," please specify here.
Please list the approximate range of water usage (in gallons) for each water source. If none, mark "0" in the blank.
Please explain how you are using the water (in gallons), including all water that comes in contact with the product or is used in your business process. If none, mark "0" in the blank.
Please list the approximate amount of water/wastewater leaving your facility (effluent).
Please indicate pre-treatment devices
Facility’s hazardous waste classification
1, 2, 4-Trichlorobenzene
1, 1, 1-Tricholoroethane
1, 1, 2-Thrichloroethane
1, 1, 2, 2-Tetrachlorethane
2, 4, 6-Trichlorophenol
4-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether
4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
Bis (2-chloroethoxy) methane
Phenol (4APP method)
Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Butyl benzyl phthalate
Benzo (a) anthracene
Benzo (a) pyrene
Benzo (k) fluoranthene
Benzo (ghi) perylene
Dibenzo (a,h) anthracene
Indeno (1, 2, 3-cd) pyrene
4, 4-DDE (p,p’DDX)
4, 4’-DDD (p,p’TDE)
PCB-1241 (Aroclor 1242)
PCB-1254 (Aroclor 1254)
PCB-1221 (Aroclor 1221)
PCB-1232 (Aroclor 1232)
PCB-1248 (Aroclor 1248)
2, 3, 7, 8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin
TPHg, TPHd, or TPHmo
Representation regarding compliance with laws; I hereby acknowledge and affirm that I will operate my business in compliance with all applicable local and state laws, and understand that my business must not violate the Lyons zoning regulations.
I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted herein and based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information. I believe the submitted information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fines and/or imprisonment.
Thank you for completing a Town of Lyons Business License! Please review the following business license fee ($50) payment options, before submitting the application.Pay In-Person or by MailThe business license fee may be paid by cash, check, or money order, by in-person drop-off, mailed to Town Hall (please do not mail cash), at the mailing address listed below. For these payment options, please submit an online application, and attach a note or letter with the name of the business, owner/manager's name, and owner/manager's phone number to your payment. Town Hall Mailing Address:Attn: Business Licensing Town of LyonsP.O. Box 49Lyons, CO 80540 Online Payment (Renewals Only)At this time, only renewing businesses can pay online. To pay online, please refer to the instructions listed below, and follow the link to be directed to the payment site in a new window. Click 'Submit' to submit the application.
Your license will be mailed or delivered upon completion. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or 303-823-6622, ext. 10.
Existing Online Town Utility CustomersIf you are an existing XPress Bill Pay user, for the purpose of online Town utility management, 1. Sign in with your existing XPress Bill Pay utility account. 2. On the opening home page, click "Add New Bill" 3. Select the Town of Lyons button 4. Select "Business License Renewal" 5. Under "Account Number," enter your business license number; under "Business Name or Last Name", enter the full business name, as listed on the previous year's business license. Your business's balance can be reviewed and paid by selecting "Pay My Bill"If you do not have an existing online XPress Bill Pay account, create a new account, and follow steps 2. through 5.
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