Business Registrations, Licenses, & Permits
Businesses must be approved by the Planning & Zoning Department and the Alamogordo Fire Department before Business Registration can proceed with the City Clerk's Office. There is a single form for this purpose. See Planning & Zoning for more information.
Registration (once Prerequisites are met)
Amendment (after Registration is active)
Business Registration Renewals
New for 2023
The City of Alamogordo is in the process of converting to a new business registration program and will take a few months to complete the process. Therefore, the $35 business registration fee due by January 31, 2023, will be waived, and your business registration will be automatically extended. However, a new business registration certificate will not be issued. If the State requires you to have a business registration certificate, we can issue a temporary certificate upon request.
Per our ordinance amendment of Chapter 17, all business registration renewals will no longer have a due date of January 31st of each year, the renewal dates will be staggered. Therefore, once the program conversion is in operation, you will receive an email with your new business renewal date. Please assist us in getting this notification to you by emailing us, calling us, or stopping by with your current email address and including your business name and business location.
The City Clerk's Office issues three licenses. These licenses all have different, additional requirements/prerequisites from both the State and various City of Alamogordo Departments.
Alcoholic Beverage Dispensers License
The Food Vendor License Application can not be turned in until you pass inspection by the Alamogordo Fire Department. You may also need paperwork from the New Mexico Environment Department.
The City Clerk's Office issues two different permits that can be submitted online. There is no charge for these permits.
If you wish to submit a Parade Permit, that is now done by the Alamogordo Police Department. See the APD page for more information. You may need to submit both a Parade Permit and a Request for a Block Party/Street Closure.