Manager Registration Instructions
Pursuant to State Liquor Code, anyone that holds a Hotel-Restaurant or Tavern liquor license must have a separate and distinct manager for each location. The manager must be registered with the local authority. When there is a change in managers, the licensee must notify the local authority within five (5) days and shall complete the registration forms within thirty (30) days. Failure to meet these deadlines may result in a liquor license violation.
Checklist of Required Documents
Permit Application & Report of Changes (DR 8442)
Individual History Record (DR 8404-I)
Boulder Police Dept. Fingerprint Card
must be a business or certified check:
City of Boulder: $75.00
Colo. Dept. of Revenue: $75.00
City of Boulder: $38.50 -
If you have your fingerprints taken by the Boulder Police Dept., they will charge you an $11 fee. You can usually be fingerprinted in the city where you live or work. Please contact those police departments for their schedules and fees.
PERMIT APPLICATION AND REPORT OF CHANGES FORM
You must fill in all of the blanks on the first page, all of this information can be found on your State liquor license.
The applicant is the company or person that holds the liquor license, not the new manager.
Check the "Manager Registration" box in Section A.
Proceed to page 4 and fill out Question #9 in the "Change of Manager" section.
You must fill in all of the blanks in this section.
Proceed to the "Oath of Applicant" section. This must be read and signed by a representative of the applicant (i.e. a corporate officer or the owner), it cannot be signed by the current or new manager. Please sign, title and date this section.
INDIVIDUAL HISTORY RECORD
This form is to be completed by the new manager. All blanks should be filled in with information or "N/A (not applicable)."
Question #1 - This should be the trade name of the establishment, not the corporate/owner name.
Question #9 - If you answer yes, please write your license number and state in the space provided.
Question #11 - This question is asking if you personally or as part of a company have ever had a liquor license. If yes, please list the licensee, trade name and location address.
Question #12 - Please read this question carefully and fully disclose the required information. Please consult an attorney if you are unsure of how to answer this question, city staff is not allowed to give legal advice. This form will be checked by the Boulder Police department, and your fingerprints will be checked by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. If this question does not match with what the agencies report back, your application may be denied.
Question #13 - This question is asking if you personally or as part of a company have ever had a liquor license denied, suspended or revoked.
Question #15 - Please answer this question completely in all sections. If a section does not apply, please cross it out or write in "N/A"
Question #16 - Please answer this question completely and provide all information asked for.
Oath of Applicant - Please read, sign, title and date this section.
You must be fingerprinted on a Boulder Police Dept. Fingerprint Card
Please fill in the following sections on the card
a. Signature of Person Fingerprinted
b. Resident of Person Fingerprinted
c. Employer and Address
d. Reason Fingerprinted - In this box, please write ""C.R.S. 12-47-307(3) – Liquor License Application" you will also need to write in the trade name of your establishment (i.e., Ben’s Bean Shack)."
e. Last Name, First Name, Middle Name
f. Aliases - If applicable, otherwise, leave blank
h. Armed Forces No. - If applicable, otherwise leave blank
i. Social Security No.
j. Date of Birth
o. Eye Color
p. Hair Color
q. Place of Birth
Once you have completed all of the forms, mail them along with all the fees to:
City of Boulder
Attn: Liquor Licensing
P.O. Box 791
Boulder, CO 80306
Do Not send the application to the State liquor division. Once the background checks have been completed and there are no issues, the city will administratively approve the application and submit it to the State liquor division. You will not receive a confirmation from the State or Local Authority; therefore, if you do not hear from us, then you can assume that the application was processed and approved.
If you have any questions, please email or call the Licensing division:
Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2013 09:36