The Douglas County Board of Commissioners acts as the Liquor License Authority for unincorporated areas of Douglas County. The County does not have jurisdiction over liquor licenses within incorporated towns or cities, including Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Parker, Larkspur, and Lone Tree. After local review and approval, the applications are forwarded to the State of Colorado Department of Revenue for approval. For additional information please email [email protected] or visit Douglas County liquor licensing procedures.
Your County government makes decisions that impact you – and your elected leaders want you involved. As part of their commitment to an open and transparent government, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners requires that the business of County government should be open to effective public review.
The online portal can help you access all public meetings of the Board of County Commissioners and their appointed Boards and Commissions. Available information includes meeting agendas, minutes, and more. Watch this video to learn how the online portal works and get involved today.
The Liquor License Authority meets on an as-needed basis. Meeting dates and agendas are available by clicking here
Attend the Douglas County Liquor License Authority Hearing in person at 100 Third Street, Commissioners’ Hearing Room, in Castle Rock or participate remotely via WebEx Events (see instructions below).
Liquor License Authority – March 5 at 1:30 p.m.
Participate via Webex Events by clicking here(the link will be activated before the meeting) complete the registration information and enter the password – BOCC (2622 from phones and video systems)
Participate via Telephone at 720-650-7664 United States Toll (Denver) and enter the access code: 2484 279 0495