This information is presented to inform and assist business owners of applicable city, county, state, and federal regulations and required city tax certificates (licenses*) and permits. This is a general guide and not intended to supersede any provisions in the City of Camarillo Municipal Code.
- City Requirements
- Ventura County Requirements
- State Requirements
- Federal Requirements
- City of Camarillo Business Listing
- Disability Access Requirements and Resource Notice
- Stormwater Discharge Compliance SB-205
- Gender Discrimination Notification AB 1607
Apply for a business tax certificate
Prior to clicking ‘Apply,’ please read the Disability Access Requirements and Resource Notice.
Renew existing business tax certificate
Pay a balance due
Close existing account
Update business information
TOT (Transient Occupancy Tax) documents
TOT Report Form
2017 - Instructions for Hotels
601 Carmen Drive
Finance Dept./Business Tax Division
Camarillo, CA 93010
Phone & Email
(805) 388-5330 email@example.com
Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM
New applications: 8 AM - 4 PM
According to the Camarillo Municipal Code, any person or company carrying on any trade or business within the City of Camarillo is required to pay an annual business tax. The amount of the tax varies for each type of business. These taxes assist the city in providing services such as street maintenance and police protection. Even if you have a business license from another city, you must also pay a business tax in Camarillo. Before you begin doing business in Camarillo, please contact the business tax division at (805) 388-5330 to discuss the type of business you will be conducting so that our staff can inform you of licensing and other requirements before you begin. This step is very important and will possibly save you time getting through the process.
Certain business activities also may require one or more permits. If a business is to be operated from your home, for example, you will be required to obtain a home occupation permit, although not all businesses are allowed to operate in residential areas. Business tax personnel can tell you which permits, if any, will be required for your business.
Any required city permits should be approved before you file your fictitious business name or obtain a state resale number. You may file your fictitious business name at the County Clerk’s Office in the County Government Center at 800 South Victoria Avenue. The number to call is (805) 654-3790. You can obtain a California resale number from the State Board of Equalization at (800) 400-7115.