Liquor Licenses

Special Bulletin from Liquor Enforcement Division

Read the Executive Order D 2020 011 Temporary Suspension of Enforcement on On-Premise Retailed Licensees and Breweries to Sell, Deliver or Provide Alcohol for Takeout. 

Extension Order until April 30, 2020 

Read the following from Liquor Enforcement Issued on April 1, 2020:

Bulletin 20-03 Guidance Regarding LED Response to COVID-19
Regulation 47-1101
Growlers and Crowlers Update - April 2, 2020
Warning Labels

Liquor Licenses

All retail outlets, restaurants, hotels, taverns, and clubs must be licensed under the Colorado State Liquor Code. The Lafayette City Council acts as the local licensing authority and the city clerk processes all requests.

Special Event Permits

A special event permit requires the applicant to be a nonprofit organization registered with the Colorado Secretary of State for purposes of social, fraternal, patriotic, political, or athletic activities; a regularly chartered branch, lodge, or chapter of a national organization or society; a regularly established religious or philanthropic institution; or a political candidate or committee.

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