Consumer Affairs


On Wednesday, April 15th, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran directed all Consumer Affairs Licenses be extended by the length of time of the COVID-19 period. If you have questions regarding the status of your license, please contact us at


During the New York Forward Phase II Re-Opening, in order to limit any future spread of COVID-19, the Department of Consumer Affairs will reopen to the public BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Appointments may be scheduled by emailing please include in the subject line: “Schedule an Appointment.”

Renewal applications for existing licensees are mailed three months ahead of the license expiration date (this is a new practice starting January 2020). If you would like a fillable PDF of your renewal application sent to you, please request through please include in the subject line “Email Renewal Application.”

We thank you for your patience; these changes are designed with our public health as the first and foremost consideration. Please remember, if you are not feeling well, stay home.

All pre-hearing settlement conferences will be automatically adjourned. You will receive a notification regarding your adjourn date. Any documents than need to be submitted to the Department of Consumer Affairs can be scanned and emailed to:

You can mail documents to: Department of Consumer Affairs - 240 Old Country Road, Mineola, NY 11501, 3rd Floor. Please call 516-571-2600 during the hours of Monday-Friday between the hours of 9 AM to 4:45 PM for additional information.


Download and Print a Business License Application

Fees 2020

Fingerprinting Procedure:

 Mail your completed application and proper payment to the 

Office of Consumer Affairs, 240 Old Country Road, Mineola, NY 11501.

Once your application has been received and reviewed, a staff member will contact you to set up an appointment to be fingerprinted.

Complaints Must Be In Writing: All complaints must be received in writing, signed and dated. CLICK HERE to download and print a complaint form. Once the form and backup documentation have been received, your case will be assigned to an investigator for review and appropriate action.