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Rochester Pet Licenses are to be renewed each year by no later than March 1. March 1 falls on a Sunday this year, so pet licenses will instead be due on Monday, March 2nd, 2020. Renewals processed after March 2nd, 2020 will incur a $12 late penalty.
Pet license renewals processed after March 2nd will incur a $12 late penalty. The late fee does not apply to new residents or new pets if the license is obtained within 30 days of moving or acquiring the pet.
To obtain a license you must:
Please fill out a separate Pet License Application for each pet and remember to provide a rabies vaccination certificate.
Mail or deliver applications to: City Clerk’s Officeattn: Pet Licensing400 6th StreetRochester, MI 48307
Obtaining a Park Permit:
All animals are prohibited from the city parks with the exception of dogs with a park permit, in accordance with the Dog Park Permit Resolution. A park permit may be obtained alongside a pet license for residents.
To obtain a park permit you must apply for a permit using the Park Permit Application, and:
*Senior citizens (65 years or older) pay half the regular fees for the park permit: