Liquor Licenses And Zoning
Throughout Colorado, liquor licenses are directly impacted by zoning laws, rules, and regulations. Because zoning laws vary widely across Colorado neighborhoods, towns, cities, and counties, the process of applying for a liquor license and conforming with zoning requirements can be extremely complex.
For example, in Denver, you need to obtain a Zoning Use Permit, before you can obtain a liquor license, which makes it essential that you have everything in place before you lease or buy the property where you will be using your liquor license.
Fortunately, our liquor license attorneys have experience with all phases of the zoning and Board of Adjustment process and procedures.
For more information about Colorado liquor licensing and zoning, or to contact one of our liquor licensing lawyers, please call (303) 777-3737, or e-mail email@example.com.
Our law firm is located at 455 Sherman Street, Suite 300, just south of downtown Denver, Colorado. Our attorneys can assist with liquor licensing throughout the Denver metro area, including but not limited to: Aurora, Glendale, Brighton, Broomfield, Northglenn, Thornton, Commerce City, Westminster, Cherry Hills, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Centennial, Englewood, Littleton, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Golden, and Lakewood. We also provide legal representation for clients throughout Colorado.