By-Law #17-2000 and #18-2000 require that all dogs and cats (including house cats) be licensed by their owners each calendar year. There shall be no more than four (4) animals per household at any one time.
Lottery Licensing eligibility of your organization will be determined by the licensing office. The licensing authority will review all relevant documentation to determine eligibility. These decisions are based on what is considered charitable in law according to the Criminal Code of Canada.
The Town of Renfrew's Clerk and Deputy Clerk serve the public directly by issuing Marriage Licenses. There are certain stipulations and requirements for marriages in Ontario and for the issuance of a Marriage license in the Town of Renfrew. Please review these requirements carefully.
Please be advised that in order to apply for a Marriage License both individuals must present their Birth Certificates and Government issued Photo Identifications.
Please be advised that the expected time frame from dropping off the Marriage License Application to receiving the completed Marriage License is 2 business days.
By-law No. 36-2013 regulates and licenses the operation of refreshment vehicles in the Town of Renfrew. Refreshment vehicles are defined as "shall include a Chip Wagon, Mobile Canteen and Refreshment Cart as defined by this by-law".
Any person wishing to operate refreshment vehicle in the Town of Renfrew must first obtain a license from the Town Clerk. To obtain a license, the following must be submitted for approval:
Further information about refreshment vehicle licensing is available from the Clerk's Department.
By-law No. 33-2012 require that all persons carrying on the business of conveying passengers for hire in the Town of Renfrew shall be licensed to do so by the municipality. Taxi cab owners, drivers, as well as vehicles must be licensed each year.
To obtain the appropriate licenses, vehicles used as taxicabs must pass an annual safety inspection and be properly insured. All drivers must possess a valid Ontario Driver's License.
Further information about taxi licensing, including fees, is available from the Clerk's Department.
A transient trader is defined as:
a) "Goes from door to door and/or has a temporary structure to sell goods, wares or merchandise, or who carries and displays samples, patterns or specimens of any goods, wares or merchandise for which immediate sales are made and for which orders are taken with delivery to follow".
Individuals wishing to engage in the transient sale of goods within the municipality must obtain a transient trader's license from the Clerk's Department prior to engaging in any business activity.
The prescribed fee for a Transient Trader's License is as follows:
Application forms and Licenses are available during regular business hours at the Clerk's Office, 127 Raglan Street South, Renfrew, Ontario, K7V 1P8.
By-law No. 63-2013 governs the activities of Transient Traders who are engaged in business activity within the Town of Renfrew.
Door-to-Door Salespeople who are registered with the Ontario Government must apply for a Transient Trader License to operate within the Town of Renfrew.