Currently, the public must schedule an appointment to conduct business at City Hall, including License Services. Please contact License Services at 602-262-4638 to schedule your appointment. Staff is also available to assist you via telephone and can direct you to online and email resources, where available.
NOTICE: Processing of Special Event Liquor License Applications Temporarily Suspended
Based on the latest guidelines to practice social distancing issued by the Center for Disease Control (including a call to avoid social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people) and direction from the City Manager’s Office, the City Clerk Department – License Services Office will temporarily suspend the processing of Special Event Liquor License Application approvals. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact License Services at 602-262-4638 or at email@example.com.
Do I need a Special Event Liquor License?
A license is required to deal in liquor in the state of Arizona. If your organization will purchase, store, serve, or provide liquor, you will be dealing in liquor and will need to be licensed.
Who can apply for a Special Event Liquor License?
- A nonprofit entity that is organized as a nonprofit entity in Arizona (or pursuant to the laws of another state) and that is a nonprofit entity under section 501(c) of the internal revenue code of the United States.
- A government entity or political party or campaign committee supporting a candidate for public office or a ballot measure.
What are the responsibilities of a Special Event licensee?
Read all of the rules and regulations listed in the following statute/codes, including:
How do I get started?
To apply for a Special Event Liquor License that requires City approval, BOTH the City and DLLC application forms must be submitted directly to License Services.
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