Licences and Services
updated January 15, 2021
To schedule an appointment or for further inquiries, please contact Bobbi McCann, 613-257-6215 or Stacey Blair, 613-257-6212.
Applications for a marriage licence may be obtained at https://www.ontario.ca/page/getting-married
Marriage Licence Fees:
Town of Carleton Place Residents - $140.00
Non-residents - $160.00
- Town Officiants are available to conduct your ceremony!
- The Council Chambers is not available as a venue at this time due to COVID-19
Current Provincial Restrictions under State of Emergency:
- physical distancing must be maintained
- compliance with rules on face coverings required
- maximum of 10 people indoors or outdoors
- Drive-in ceremonies permitted
For further information, please contact: Stacey Blair, Clerk
Wedding Ceremony Fees
Fridays 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., onsite/outside- $300.00
After hours/off-site - $400.00
The Town of Carleton Place requires by law that every person who sells goods, wares or merchandise door to door or at a particular place obtains a salesperson's license. For further information on the Salesperson's License, you may contact Bobbi McCann at 613-257-6215. Please allow at least two business days in order for staff to process your application.
Refreshment Vehicle Licenses
In order to operate a mobile chip wagon, canteen truck or refreshment cart a license must be obtained from the municipality. Along with an application, the operator must obtain written approvals from the local health unit, fire department as well as adequate insurance. If it is a located wagon, a letter of permission from the property owner is required, as well as site plan approval from Council. Various fees apply. Contact Bobbi McCann at 613-257-6215.
The Town of Carleton Place issues taxi licenses to both the operator of the business and to individual drivers. The licenses, issued annually, are valid until December 31st of each year. Currently an Operator's License is $100.00 while a Driver's License is $ 30.00
Applicants are required to complete an application form with supporting documentation and to submit the required fee. A separate background check and fee must be obtained from the police and paid prior to the issuance of a license. Further information may be obtained by contacting Bobbi McCann at 613-257-6215. Please allow at least two business days in order for staff to process your application
To legally sell of raffle or break open lottery tickets, a lottery licence must be obtained from the Town. The cost of a license is 3% of the total value of the prize offered.
For further information, please contact Bobbi McCann, Clerk's Assistant at 613-257-6215. Please allow at least two business days for staff to process your application.
Dog and/or Cat License
Residents are reminded that under By-law 25-2005 every dog or cat owner is required to register their animals. For cats, it is a one-time registration. Dog owners are required to purchase an annual license for each dog. These requirements are in place to assist the animal control officers in ensuring that any lost, injured or stray animals can be returned to their owners.
Licenses can be purchased at the Town Hall during regular business hours: Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m and Friday from 8:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m.
Update: Due to the current Provincial Stay-at-home Order, the Treasury Department would appreciate if you could fill out the form below, and drop off the form, including payment, in an envelope in the mail slot at the Police Station located at 15 Coleman Street.