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Liquor Licensing
Broomfield Municipal Code - Chapter 5-28 Alcoholic Liquor and
Broomfield Municipal Code - Chapter 5-32 Fermented Malt Beverages (3.2% Beer)
 
Licensing Process

Liquor licensing is regulated by the State of Colorado.  All applications are first submitted to the City Clerk's office for review and, as necessary, scheduled to be heard by the Local Licensing Authority.  It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide an accurate and complete application packet.  Applicants are encouraged to use the Checklist of Required Documents attached to the various State application forms to ensure that all needed information is included prior to submittal to the City Clerk.

Contact the City Clerk's office at 303-438-6332 for information about the licensing process, or send an email to the City Clerk.  The Clerk's office is located at One Descombes Drive, Broomfield, CO  80020.

Renewal

The State Liquor Enforcement Division will send a Renewal application to the business address on record no later than 60 days prior to expiration.  The Renewal application must be returned to the City Clerk's office, along with applicable fees, no later than 45 days prior to expiration.  Late renewal applications are subject to an additional $500 fee.  Renewal applications filed more than 90 days past expiration will not be accepted and a new liquor license application will need to be submitted.

New License

An application for a new liquor license takes approximately three months to process, therefore it is recommended that applications be filed in a timely manner to avoid delays to projected opening dates.  A new license requires that the applicant demonstrate the needs and desires of the surrounding neighborhood, the results of which will be presented at a Public Hearing before the Local Licensing Authority.  The moral character of the applicant(s) will be considered by both the LLA and the State Liquor Enforcement Division.  All businesses must be registered with the Colorado Secretary of State's Office and authorized to do business in Colorado.  A Broomfield sales tax license is also required.

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