Liquor Licenses: Renewal of an existing Liquor License
Liquor licenses expire one year from the date of initial license
issuance and must be renewed annually. Liquor license holders should
receive a renewal notice from the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division,
by mail, at least 60-90 days prior to the expiration date of their
existing license. If one does not receive the renewal application,
contact the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division. It is the license
holder's responsibility to submit this application to the County
Clerk's Office at least 45 days prior to the expiration date. The
appropriate fees, both county and state, should be included with the
application at this time.Renewing a Liquor License:
- The liquor license renewal application will be sent to the licensee
by the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division approximately 60-90 days
prior to the expiration date of the existing license.
- Complete the renewal application, updating any changes on the renewal application.
- If an establishment is leased, the lease must be valid for at least
one year from the date the license is renewed. If the licensee's lease
has been extended or modified in any way from the lease currently on
file with the clerk's office, a copy of the new lease needs to be
included with the renewal application.
- Send both county and state fees with the application to the county at least 45 days prior to the expiration date.
- Once the application is processed by both the county and the state,
a County and State license will be sent to the license holder.