I received my state and city liquor license, now what?

A business or organization located in an incorporated city/municipality must first obtain their state and city liquor license. Those located in the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County must only obtain a state liquor license before applying for a County liquor license. Then, bring the original license(s) to the County Clerk’s office to apply for a license that is valid for 30 days.

The Jefferson County Council adopted a new ordinance that requires any applicant for a county liquor license to be current on his taxes. Proof of taxes paid or no taxes owed will be required to obtain the liquor license.

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1. How do I get a liquor license?
2. I have my state liquor license, do I need a county license?
3. How long does it take to receive my county liquor license?
4. I received my state and city liquor license, now what?
5. How much does it cost to get a county liquor license?
6. I purchased an existing business that has a valid liquor license. Can I continue to operate with that license or do I need to apply for a new license?
7. How long is a liquor license valid?
8. Do I have to pay the full amount for a liquor license, if I purchased the business after July 1?
9. When it is time to renew my liquor license, do I have to do this in person?