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Liquor Permits#

Liquor Special Events Permit

Only non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for a Liquor Special Events Permit. Generally, these applications are approved administratively by the Deputy City Clerk.

DEADLINE FOR LIQUOR SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT APPLICATIONS IS 60 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR EVENT.

Please contact Aimee Jensen at ajensen@fcgov.com or 970.221.6315 with questions.

  1. Document Checklist
  2. Questionnaire
  3. Police Special Events Code (Chapter 23.5 of the City Code)
  4. State Regulations for Liquor Special Events Permits

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Takeout and Delivery Permit (On-Premise) Application and Renewal

Takeout and Delivery Permit Application for On-Premise Licensees#

If you hold an on-premise liquor license and allow takeout and delivery, you are required to complete this application and email it to the State's liquor enforcement division at dor_liqlicensing@state.co.us. The State requires an initial application and renewal fee to accompany this application.

State's Pay Online Portal

State Takeout and Delivery Permit Application & Renewal

Delivery Permit (Off Premise) Application and Renewal

Delivery Permit (Off-Premises) Application & Renewal#

If you hold a Retail Liquor Store or Liquor-licensed Drugstore license and deliver alcohol to your customers, you are required to complete this application and email it to the State's liquor enforcement division at dor_liqlicensing@state.co.us.

Currently, there are no fees associated with this application.

State Online Pay Portal

Delivery Permit (Off-Premises) Application & Renewal

Art Gallery Permits

An art gallery permit is available for an establishment that serves only complimentary alcohol beverages and is not a license to sell alcohol beverages. An art gallery is any business whose "primary purpose" is the display and sale of works of fine art and precious and semi-precious metals or stones may apply.

  1. Document Checklist
  2. Questionnaire

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Bed and Breakfast Permits

A bed and breakfast permit is available for an establishment that serves only complimentary alcoholic beverages to their guests, has no more than 20 sleeping rooms, provides at least 1 meal per day at no charge (other than for overnight lodging), does not sell alcoholic beverages by the drink or in sealed containers, and does not serve alcoholic beverages for more than 4 hours in any 1 day. Generally, these applications are approved administratively by the Deputy City Clerk.

  1. Document Checklist

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Tastings Permit (for Retail Liquor Store Licensees Only)

Malt, vinous and spirituous tastings are authorized to be conducted on the licensed premises of a retail liquor store licensee or of a liquor-licensed drugstore located within the City of Fort Collins.

  1. Document Checklist
  2. Tastings Schedule
  3. Tastings Log
  4. Tastings Permit Ordinance

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