IMPORTANT UPDATE (3/20/20): In coordination with the City and County of Los Angeles, the City Manager of the City of Culver City issued a supplemental "Safer at Home" Public Order today, which also included waivers and rule changes to assist Culver City businesses.
The City Order issued today includes the following provisions to assist businesses:
- Extension of the deadline for submission of Culver City business taxes approximately 60 days to June 1, 2020.
- Wavier of outdoor dining license fees
- Waiver of valet parking license fees
- In order to allow businesses to communicate they are open for pick-up and/or delivery of food, applicable CCMC restrictions related to outdoor business signage (including “sandwich board” signs and temporary banners) are suspended. All signs must be placed preferably on private property or in such a manner to allow for pedestrian access along the public right-of-way.
Complete instructions on how to process your Renewal Notice and make a payment online can be found by vising the Business Support Center Website.
To submit your applications or if you have any questions, please contact the City of Culver City Business Support Center (HdL) by the following ways:
All individuals, corporations, firms, syndicates, joint stock corporations, partnerships, trusts, associations, organizations, clubs, and societies which offer goods, materials, commodities, wares, merchandise or services for sale to the public in Culver City and all professions, crafts, trades, occupations and callings of every kind and nature which are carried on for profit in Culver City are required to obtain a business tax certificate within 30 days of starting business.
A business tax certificate is required whether the business actually makes a profit or not. Independent contractors must obtain a business tax certificate. Non-profit organizations are required to obtain a business tax certificate, but are exempted from paying business tax on those activities for which they have I.R.S. proof of tax exemption.