Peddler's License

Applicants for a Peddler's license must apply at the police station in their city or town of residence. Applicant's need to complete a Peddler's license application, a C.O.R.I. release form for a criminal history background check, and provide a copy of both sides of their Massachusetts Drivers License or state ID card.  The completed forms need to be submitted to the Clerk's Office of the Springfield Police Department.

The Peddler's License and CORI form is combined into one file below and can be downloaded, printed, and filled-out.

Peddler's License & CORI release form combined

CORI release form

Forms can be dropped at the Springfield Police Department during regular business hours; or mail the completed form with copies of both side of your drivers license or state ID card to:

   Springfield Police Department
   Attention Clerks Office
   130 Pearl Street
   Springfield, MA 01105

You may call the Clerks Office with any questions at 413-787-6310.
The email address is Clerks-Office@SpringfieldPolice.net.

After the C.O.R.I. report is received from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the application is submitted to the Police Commissioner for approval.  Applicants will be notified by telephone and can obtain their documents for submission to the Commonwealth's Director of Standards Office.

Approved applications may be mailed to the Director of Standards in Boston. The fee of $62.00 must accompany the approved application. The license is issued from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Director of Standards Office in Boston and not the Springfield Police Department.

Page last updated:  Wednesday, June 23, 2021 01:51 pm