Regular Liquor (Series 1-14)

Regular Liquor (Series 1-14)How do I obtain a License?

Liquor Licenses in the State of Arizona are issued by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC). The City of Phoenix makes a recommendation to the DLLC on whether a Liquor License Application for a location in Phoenix should be granted or not. Applications for Liquor License Series 1 - 14 must be filed directly at the DLLC, and will then be forwarded by the DLLC to the City of Phoenix for review and recommendation. Applications for Series 15 & 16 must be filed directly at the City of Phoenix License Services office. Please note that each Liquor License Application has separate DLLC and City of Phoenix Application Forms and Fees. Rules and regulations related to liquor licensing can be found in Phoenix City Code Chapter 6 and Arizona Revised Statute Title IV.


Liquor Licenses List & Summary

City of Phoenix Application Packet
arrowbullet Questionnaire
arrowbullet Applicant Statement
arrowbullet Notice and Certification

arrowbullet Fees & Payment Schedule
arrowbullet Quarterly Regular Liquor License Payment Schedule

Public Comment (Protest/Support) Process
arrowbullet How to comment (protest/support) on a pending liquor license?
arrowbullet List a Neighborhood Association with the Neighborhood Services Department
arrowbullet Newly Received Liquor License Applications
arrowbullet Sign up to receive e-mail notification of newly received liquor license applications

arrowbullet Contact the Phoenix Police Department: (602) 438-6625 or email:
arrowbullet Contact the AZ Department of Liquor Licenses and Control



From other City of Phoenix Departments:

  arrowbulletBuilding or Use Permit(s) from the Planning & Development Department
  arrowbulletPrivilege (Sales) Tax License from the Finance Department

From other State or County Agencies:

  arrowbulletState Privilege (Sales) Tax License
  arrowbulletRegistration of LLC/Corporation with the AZ Corporation Commission
  arrowbulletReport Liquor License Violations

  arrowbulletFood Permits from Maricopa County Environmental Health


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