Late fees are posted if payment is not received by 5:30 p.m. on the due date listed on the utility bill.
No. For monthly option, half will be deducted each month. For due date option, the full amount will be deducted on the due date.
Fictitious business name statements may be obtained from: County of Sacramento, Department of Finance, Business License Section, 700 H Street, Room 1710, Sacramento, CA 95814, 916-874-6644.
The City of Galt Finance Department Business License Section at 209-366-7158. You may also download an application form from our Business License page.
Call the Community Development Department at 209-366-7230 regarding property in Galt, including zoning, property usage and ownership. You may also call Community Development Department staff regarding home occupation permits.
The annual fee for a business license is currently $40 plus $10 for each employee. Veterans are exempt from this fee; however, they are still required to obtain a business license. Form DD214 listing honorable discharge is required for Veteran's exemption.
Contact the State Board of Equalization located at 31 E. Channel Street, Stockton, CA 95209, 209-948-7720; or 3321 Power Inn Road, Suite 210, Sacramento, CA 916-227-6700. If you will be selling at the Galt Market your Seller's Permit must have the Galt Market address as business location. Galt Market address is: 890 Caroline Avenue, Galt, CA 95632. If you conduct business at a location other than Galt, Form 530, Schedule C should also be completed when completing sales tax data.
Call the Finance Department at 209-366-7150 for billing questions, start and stops in service. Questions regarding misses, extra or damaged carts, contact California Waste Removal Systems at 209-369-6887.
The current types of waste collection services offered to residents were developed in response to health and environmental laws and customer demand. Below is a brief description of services provided to typical households.
• Garbage: Garbage service is mandatory for all City residents and businesses for health and safety reasons.
• Recycling: State law requires the City to reduce landfill waste by 50%. The mixed recycling program, coupled with green waste collection, has reduced residential waste by 50%.
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