The Licensing Center issues business licenses and regulates various business activities per the County Code. In addition, staff monitors and investigates items/concerns related to Code Compliance throughout the active term of a license. This includes ensuring certain Use and Occupancy (U&O) permits are current and that licenses adhere to professional standards and operate in accordance with County Code.
All Prince George's County Business Licenses are processed in Momentum, the County's new online system. The new system allows customers to submit applications, upload documentation and make payments online. When the applications have been reviewed and approved, customers will be able to print their licenses at work or at home.
All Prince George’s County Business Licenses listed below are processed in Momentum:
Attention: The Electrical Board will not be accepting applications for Master Electrician Limited examinations or requests for retakes until further notice. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
Visit DPIE's Health Licensing pages for information about Food Service Facility, Public Pools and Spas, and other Health Licensing permits.
Please note that all Prince George's County RENTAL licenses (single family, multifamily and short-term rental) are monitored by DPIE's Enforcement Division, not the License Center. For more information, visit DPIE's Code Enforcement pages. For rental license complaints, please contact PGC311. For questions related to rental licenses, email email@example.com.
Modifications have been made to the Farmers’ Market Temporary Use Code Operations. For more information, view the Health Licensing’s Food Service Facility (FSF) Permits page and read the "COVID-19 Farmers’ Market Operations" list of vendor requirements.