Board of License Commissioners - Liquor Board
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OUTDOOR SEATING UPDATE - EFFECTIVE JUNE 4, 2020
Licensees requesting to extend their alcoholic beverage privileges to an outdoor location should submit an application using the County’s outdoor seating online portal. This application portal is only for establishments that possess a current Alcoholic Beverage License.
There is no need to apply if outdoor seating exists for your establishment and you do not wish to extend seating.
The Rules and Regulation Handbook has been updated. To access, please click on the "Resources" tab and the handbook will be listed under "Related Documents."
This information is being sent on behalf of Terence Sheppard, Director of the Board of License Commissioners:
On March 20, 2020 as a result of the order by Larry Hogan, the Governor of the State of Maryland, the Board of License Commissioners began allowing licensed establishments to begin selling sealed alcoholic beverages for carryout/delivery with an approved Emergency Temporary Carryout/Delivery Permit Application.
Effective March 25, 2020, the Board has expanded the alcoholic beverages allowed under this Emergency Temporary Carryout/Delivery Permit to include sealed mixed beverages based. The Board has determined that the following stipulations, in addition to those previously set forth, must be met regarding the carryout/delivery of mixed beverages:
All containers must be solid and have a sealed lid (no straw holes) and must be wrapped in a cellophane type material
Containers must be placed in a bag with a receipt stapled to close
If delivered, must be placed in an area out of reach of the driver also in a bag sealed with receipt/cooler
Must be served with a meal component
For your convenience, the following links and images have been provided to give an example of the types of containers the Board deems acceptable. Please note, these links should not be considered suggestions of where to purchase the containers, nor a requirement of where they should be purchased.
PurposeThe Board of License Commissioners serves a quasi-judicial function in administering and enforcing the Alcoholic Beverage Laws of the State of Maryland and the Rules and Regulations for the Prince George's County Board of License Commissioners. The Board generally holds three hearings a month. Hearings are typically the first and second Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. to adjudicate alleged violations, issue permits and consider items associated with the operation of licensed premises. The third hearing is scheduled the fourth Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. to issue new licenses and transfer existing licenses. The public is encouraged to attend the hearings.
Daphne Turpin Forbes, Chairwoman
Armando Camacho, Vice-Chairman
Tammy D. Sparkman, Commissioner
Tammie Norman, Commissioner
Hours of OperationThe hours of operation for any application/permit process are indicated below:
Filing a ComplaintTo file a complaint, please contact County Click 311.
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