In order for the owner of an establishment to be eligible to sell malt, vinous or spirituous beverages, particular documents must be issued by the appropriate authorities.
See a list of fees for both new and transfer liquor licenses.
Learn general facts about the process of applying for a liquor license.
Liquor licenses expire one year from the date of initial license issuance and must be renewed annually.
A Special Event Permit authorizes the sale of alcohol beverages, by the drink, to the public at locations where such sale or consumption is not normally permitted.
View a list of the various types of liquor licenses and permits.