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City of Hartford Offices will be closed Thursday, November 25th and Friday, November 26th in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.IMPACTED SERVICES: - Trash and Recycling Pick-Up for Thursday & Friday will be delayed BY ONE DAY - DPW Permit Office closed Thursday and Friday - Transfer Station closed Thursday and Friday, reopening on Saturday
Apply for a Liquor Special Permit through the Planning Division here.
Complete the application linked below.
Liquor Permit Application
A Liquor Permit Application must be submitted with supporting documents in order to begin the review process. The application must be signed by the property owner to be accepted.
Applications deemed incomplete will be put on hold and kept for a total of 60 days from the date of submission. After the 60th day, if outstanding documents have not been received, the incomplete application will be retired. A new application must be submitted to continue the request. Once all supporting documents have been received by staff, the Planning Clerk will issue you a receipt indicating that the application is complete. The application will then be submitted to Plan Reviewers for processing.
Costs of permits vary based upon permit type. You can download a fee schedule here(PDF, 454KB). If more than one permit is required, the cost is the total of all applicable fees. Fees must be paid at time of application.
Applications undergoing administrative review may take up to 35 days to process, depending on the type of request. Per Connecticut General Statute (state law), public hearings must be initiated within 65 days of receipt of a complete application. After you submit your application, staff will contact you to schedule the hearing.
For commission level reviews, public noticing is required. The conditions and requirements of the public notice may vary depending on the commission that will hear the request. Staff will take care of legal noticing. Applicants will be responsible for contacting neighbors and putting up signage. Refer to the People's Guide to Public Hearings(PDF, 2MB) pamphlet for more information.
If your request is denied, you have the right to appeal. Appeals are heard by the Zoning Board of Appeals. To file for an appeal you must: