Measuring from the public entrance of your establishment to the nearest property
line of a private/public school, will this location be within 1,000 feet of a private/public school?
If “YES,” written notice of this application must be given to the school officials and a copy
of the notice must be provided with this application as required by Section 109.33(c).
Is any property line of your premises within 300 feet of a residential address or established
neighborhood association? Yes No
If “YES,” and if you are applying for an On-Premise License/Permit, and if a Food and Beverage Certificate is not
applied for, notify each residential address and established neighborhood association.
The notice must be provided not earlier than the 14th day and not later than the 7th day before the date the application
Submit a copy of the completed notice along with a list of all addresses notified; as required by Section 11.393 and
Click Notice of Application to view and print notice.
ON-PREMISE LICENSES AND PERMITS ONLY
MEASUREMENT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS IN MUNICIPALITIES WITH A POPULATION OF 1.5
MILLION OR MORE ACCORDING TO THE LAST FEDERAL CENSUS
Will your business be located within 300 feet of residence, church, school, day care or
social service facility when measuring in a straight line from the nearest point of the property
line of the proposed location to the nearest point of the property line of any of these facilities? Yes No
If “YES,” will 75% or more of the applicant’s actual or anticipated gross revenue from the sale
of alcoholic beverages? Yes No
If “YES,” to both of the questions; you must notify all tenants or property owners of your
intent to apply for an alcohol beverage license/permit within five days of the filing of an
original application. Has such notice been given as required by Section 11.52? Yes No
Do you, the applicant, intend to sell your alcoholic product directly to other retailers? Yes No
Do you, the applicant, intend to sell your alcoholic product to wholesalers/distributors? Yes No
Will you, the applicant, be engaged in the business of brewing and packaging malt liquor,
ale or beer in quantities sufficient to operate a brewpub not later than 6 months after the
date of issuance of the original license? Yes No
If Applicant Is/Must Sign
Limited Liability Company/ Officer or Manager
Limited Partnership/General Partner
EACH LICENSEE OR PERMITTEE SHALL HAVE EXCLUSIVE OCCUPANCY AND CONTROL OF THE ENTIRE LICENSED LOCATION WITH
RESPECT TO THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT SURRENDERS SUCH CONTROL OF THE EMPLOYEES,
PREMISES OR BUSINESS, INCLUDING PROFITS AND LOSSES, TO PERSONS OTHER THAN THE LICENSEE OR PERMITTEE IS UNLAWFUL.
WARNING: Section 101.69 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code states: “…a person who makes a false statement or false representation in an
application for a permit or license or in a statement, report, or other instrument to be filed with the Commission and required to be sworn commits an
offense punishable by imprisonment in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for not less than 2 nor more than 10 years.”
BY SIGNING YOU ARE SWEARING TO ALL INFORMATION AND ATTACHMENTS PROVIDED ARE CORRECT.
Before me, the undersigned authority, on this day of , 20 , the
person whose name is signed to the foregoing application personally appeared and, duly sworn by me, states under oath
that he or she has read the said application and that all the facts therein set forth are true and correct.
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