Doing Business in Brian Head


The tourist industry is the primary source of business in Brian Head.  Known for its family oriented ski slopes, Brian Head has more to offer than skiing.  There are extensive trail systems for biking, hiking, horseback riding, ATV's, snowmobiling, and x-country skiing.  The outdoor enthusiast has plenty of option for both winter and summer seasons. 

 As Brian Head grows with new businesses, the town is continually expanding its horizon on projects in which a viable commercial business can grow.  The Town is developing a Master Trail plan along with continuing efforts on improving the Town's infrastructure in order to meet the demands of new growth.

Brian Head Town encourages potential businesses to look at Brian Head as a viable resort business community offering services to the tourist trade.  The town staff is ready to assist new businesses through the process in establishing a business in Brian Head. 

One of the first steps in opening a business in Brian Head is to obtain a business license.  All businesses that conduct business within the Town boundaries are required to hold a valid business license, even if the business is licensed in another city or town.  There are exemptions to this requirement.  Please refer to the Brian Head Town Code, Title 3, Chapter 2, Business in General.  For a business license application, simply download the application and submit it to the Town Clerk for processing.   Licensing Chapter 3 Special Events- Town Code

SPECIAL EVENT LICENSING

Brian Head Town requires all special events held on private or public property to obtain a Special Event License.  The license application is to be submitted to the Town Clerk.  The goal of the town is to encourage special events in Brian Head and the Town Clerk can assist the event vendor with information, advertisement and town services to ensure a successful special event.  There is no cost for the application/license.  

Contact the Town Clerk at nleigh@bhtown.utah.gov for additional details.