Emergency Temporary Rule Modification
Both City and State Liquor Enforcement Division (LED) applications are required for these expedited approvals of Temporary Modification of Premises, using the Liquor and Beer Report of Changes application posted below
Temporary Modification FAQ
As the COVID-related restrictions continue to relax and temporary modifications expire, it is important to note that if you intend to make a temporary modification permanent, you are required to submit a new application through the City Clerk’s Office.
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Liquor and Beer Licensing
Liquor and Beer Licensing in Colorado is dual-jurisdictional with both Colorado Department of Revenue and City of Colorado Springs licensing required. All matters related to Liquor and Beer licensing, however, must be directed the Office of the City Clerk in the City of Colorado Springs.
Liquor and Beer License Application Packets are available in the City Clerk's Office or may be downloaded below. The new application packet includes the Colorado Springs City Code and Rules governing Liquor and Beer Business Licensing in Colorado Springs, as well as general information and an application checklist. To review the City Liquor and Beer License Code, go to Chapter 2, Article 5, Part 1 of the City Code. These law and rules are supplementary to the main governing laws and rules as outlined in Colorado Revised Statutes §12-46, §12-47, and §12-48 as well as Colorado Code of Regulations 1 C.C.R. 203-2. These governing laws and rules may be viewed and downloaded from the Colorado Department of Revenue - Liquor Enforcement Division.
Completed applications with the applicable State and City fees must be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office only (do not send to the State). The office is located at 30 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 101, Colorado Springs, CO 80903.
Businesses and individuals are prohibited from providing, selling, serving, allowing, or offering alcohol beverages to the public/patrons without a proper liquor license. This applies whether or not the business charges, provides samples free of charge, or allows patrons to "self serve."
Liquor and Beer license hearings are scheduled the first and third Friday of each month at 9:00 A.M. in Division 2 of the Municipal Court Building, located at 224 E. Kiowa Street.
For information on Promotional Association certification process and application, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at (719) 385-5901, option 2.
New/Transfer Liquor or Beer Licenses (revised 08/2020)
|Liquor Petition Packet (revised 10/01/2018)|
Liquor License Fee Schedule (revised 10/01/2019)
Liquor and Beer Ownership Changes (revised 08/29/2019)
Liquor and Beer Report of Changes (revised 03/22/2019)
Liquor and Beer Renewal (revised 07/15/2021)
Liquor Manager Registration (revised 03/22/2019)
Liquor Tastings Permit (revised 10/01/2018)
Special Event Liquor Permit (revised 05/2021)
Art Gallery Permit (revised 10/09/2018)
Bed and Breakfast Permit (revised 09/24/2018)
|Pre-Resolution Checklist for Entertainment Districts|
|Promotional Association NEW-RENEWAL Application|
|Promotional Association CHANGE Application|