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Liquor License Application Forms & Instructions

 

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RENEWAL INFORMATION

Licensees will receive the DR8400 Liquor License Renewal Application from the State Liquor Enforcement Division approximately 90 days prior to the expiration of their current license. The City does not send any additional form or invoice. Submit the state renewal form along with renewal fees for the Colorado Department of Revenue and the City of Longmont to the Longmont City Clerk's office no less than 45 days prior to the license expiration date. The State and Local fees can be found on the fee schedule located above.

If you did not receive or can not find the renewal form the State Liquor Enforcement Division mailed to you, you may print, complete, and file the following form and submit it with payment to the City Clerk's Office.

DR8400 - Renewal Form

Licensees who have had violations twelve months prior to the date the renewal application is received by the Clerk's office will need to be present at the Local Licensing Authority meeting when their renewal is being considered. If you had a violation and are required to be present at the meeting, contact the Deputy City Clerk for the meeting date and time at 303-651-8647. If there were no violations in the past twelve months, the licensee will not be required to attend the Local Licensing Authority meeting.

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IMPORTANT: You MUST have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your system prior to selecting an application packet item in order to be able to view the file.

 

NEW & TRANSFER APPLICATION PACKETS

NEW LIQUOR LICENSE
NEW 3.2% BEER LICENSE

If you would like to apply for a new 3.2% Beer License, please download the New Liquor License Checklist to the left. You will need to submit the same documents as you would for a new liquor license with the exception of the application form.

Please complete and submit the DR-8403 (in lieu of the DR-8404) along with all documents listed on the checklist.

TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP - LIQUOR LICENSE
TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP - 3.2% BEER

If you would like to apply transfer a 3.2% Beer License, please download the Transfer of Ownership Checklist to the left. You will need to submit the same documents listed on the checklist with the exception of the application form.

Please complete and submit the DR-8403 (in lieu of the DR-8404) along with all documents listed on the checklist.

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APPLICATIONS FOR CHANGES & MODIFICATIONS

CHANGE IN CORPORATE STRUCTURE
CHANGE IN CORPORATE OR TRADE NAME

Include a copy of the Statement of Trade Name approved by the Secretary of State along with State Form DR-8442.

CHANGE OF LOCATION

CHANGE OF REGISTERED MANAGER

(FOR H&R AND TAVERN LICENSEES ONLY)

  • Checklist (pdf, 78 kb)
  • State Form DR-8442, Permit Application and Report of Changes
  • State Form DR-8404-I, Individual History Record
  • City of Longmont LLA Manager Registration (pdf, 34 kb)
  • City of Longmont Authorization to Release Information (pdf, 40 kb)
  • City of Longmont Local Licensing Authority requires ALL liquor licensed establishment to report any changes to their registered manager to the City Clerk's Office and file a manager's registration application packet. Changes need to be reported to the Deputy City Clerk (303) 651-8647 within five days and designation of a manager and filing of paper work within thirty days. Note to Hotel and Restaurant and Tavern Licensees: registered manager will need to attend the Liquor Licensing Authority meeting.
MODIFICATION OF PREMISES
 

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OTHER APPLICATIONS

SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT
DUPLICATE LICENSE
BED & BREAKFAST PERMIT
TASTINGS PERMIT

Applications for Tastings are reviewed and approved only by the Local Licensing Authority. Applications shall be submitted to the City Clerk's office at least ten business days prior to a meeting. Applicant is required to attend the meeting and present their request as well as explain how they plan to conduct the tasting events in accordance with the State Liquor Code.

ART GALLERY PERMIT
 
 

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