Conducting business in more than one city/county
Each incorporated city/town/county office sets its own rules and may have business compliance requirements and/or restrictions. Therefore, if you plan to conduct business in more than one city/town/county, you will need to contact the city/town/county office in which you plan to be based, as well as, any city/town/county office in which you plan to conduct business, to learn of any requirements they may have.
Most city/town offices require businesses based within their jurisdiction to obtain their business license. Businesses operating within their city/town limits may also need to obtain their business license. There is not a “blanket state license” that allows you to “opt out” of obtaining any local licenses which may be required. (22)