Pawnbroker License


Any person who loans money on deposit of personal property, or who deals in the purchase of personal property on condition of selling the same back again at a stipulated price, or who makes a public display at his or her place of business of the sign generally used by pawnbrokers to denote their business: three gilt or yellow balls, or who publicly exhibits any sign of money to loan on personal property, is declared to be a pawnbroker.


Annual Fee of $101.50
Pawnbroker Application
Please Note: An original bond in the amount of $2,000 and an insurance certificate must be included with the application.