SPECIAL EVENT & CATERING LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS

When applying for any Special Event or Request to Cater liquor license during 2024, please be aware of the following:

  1. ALL applications must be submitted to the Town Clerks’ office to be approved by the Selectboard PRIOR to submittal to the Vermont Department of Liquor Control (DLC). 

  2. SELECTBOARD MEETINGS: The Selectboard meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month. A link to the calendar of this year’s scheduled meetings can be found at the bottom of this page. If you are unsure of the dates or timing for submittal, please call. 

  3. APPLICATION DEADLINES: All applications need to be submitted to the Town Clerks’ office with payment to the DLC. Applications must be received by the Town Clerks’ office NO later than noon on the Wednesday before the Selectboard meeting. Which is typically the first and third (1st and 3rd) Wednesday of the month.

  4. APPROVAL: Once the Town Clerk has signed the Selectboard approved applications, the applications are then e-mailed to the DLC for approval. The application must be received by the DLC a minimum of 5 business days prior to the event

We have found that the best rule to live by with the DLC is ~ the earlier the better.

 

All First, Second Class Liquor & Outside Consumption Licenses Expire on April 30, 2023, renewal paperwork will be sent out in January 2023

 

When renewing your 2024 liquor license, please be aware of the following:

  1. Pay special attention to the area requesting last enforcement seminar attended. Licensees must attend a DLC approved seminar once every two years. If you will be attending a seminar, make that notation on your liquor application and submit the application. Do not delay submittal of your application because of certification. 

  2. Any changes in your license(s) such as a new directors or stockholders, etc. must also be indicated on the application. Time is of the essence. The liquor control investigator must be aware of changes and have ample time to act upon them, if necessary. 

  3. If there has been a change to your Outside Consumption Permit, you must file a new application. Forms are available in the Town Clerks’ Office. 

  4. Note the fees on the upper right corner of the application, payable in 2 checks (Town of Stowe & Vermont Department of Liquor Control). Liquor license fees are non-refundable. 

  5. You will receive only one copy of the application. Please sign it and return it with your fees to the Town Clerks’ Office.