Renew permits and licences online, MBSJ urges businesses

THE Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) is encouraging business operators to renew and pay for their business permits and licences online to reduce physical contact amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

“This can be done through the Ezy MBSJ portal at,” said MBSJ Corporate and Strategic Management Department deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid in a statement.

“The online renewal is only for licences not deemed high-risk (such as healthcare centres or massage parlours).”

The steps to renew a licence with MBSJ are as follows:

> Visit

> Look for the licence category

> Enter the licence/permit account number in the search field and press the search button

> Press select to pay button

> Check the amount to be paid and press the pay button on the cart> Review and confirm payment details by clicking on the proceed button

> Complete payment through the selected payment medium

> Print and keep the licence certificate (using white paper or any suitable colour)

For renewal and payment of licences and permits under high-risk or temporary categories, Azfarizal said this could be done through the Ezy MBSJ portal only after the application documents were reviewed and updated by the city council’s Licensing Department.

Those facing problems with their applications, renewals or need to submit documentation are required to make an appointment via before visiting the department’s office at MBSJ’s headquarters in USJ 5, Subang Jaya.

For details, call 03-8026 3173 or ext 3176/ 3177/7418/4321/4048.

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