Remove a location
You can remove a location from your account if you don't want to manage it anymore. You’ll no longer manage the location, but it will still appear on Google. To mark a business as permanently closed without removing it, follow these instructions.
You can request for a location to be removed from Maps for any of the following reasons:
- It never existed.
- It’s showing your private residential address instead of your public business address.
- It doesn’t follow the Google My Business eligibility guidelines.
Remove a location from your account
Removing a location from your account can’t be undone. If you want to manage the location again, you’ll need to reverify it.
To remove a location from your account:
- Sign in to Google My Business.
- Make sure you’re using list view. If you’re viewing your locations as cards instead of a list, switch to list view by clicking the list icon on the right side above your locations.
- Select the boxes next to the locations you'd like to remove.
- In the top right corner of the page, click the three dot menu . You won't see the menu until you've selected one or more locations.
- Click Remove. on the right side of the location list. You may be asked to sign in to your Google account.
- Review the information on the page that appears.
- Click Delete account to permanently remove the location and all of its data from your account.
Remove a location from Maps
If a business is never existed or is ineligible to appear on Google, you can request to have it removed from Maps. To remove a location from Maps, even if you don’t manage it:
- Navigate to Google Maps.
- Enter the business name or address in the search bar.
- In the panel that appears on the left side of the map, click Suggest an edit. You may be asked to sign in to your Google account.
- Next to “Place is permanently closed or has never existed”, slide the bar to the right to indicate the location should be removed from Maps.
- Click Submit. You’ll get email updates as your report is reviewed.