Event Permitting During COVID-19
It is the event manager's responsibility for ensuring that all elements of their event are in compliance with any state, county, or local public health orders in effect at the time of their event in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Littleton reserves the right and authority to rescind and revoke special event permits at any time. The city will make its best efforts to notify permit holders of revocation at least 24 hours in advance of the date of the permitted event.
Applications for a special event liquor permit shall be made no less than thirty (30) days and no more than (90) days prior to the date of event.
The following supporting documents must be attached and uploaded with the online application for a permit to be issued:
Diagram of the area to be licensed, not larger than 8-1/2" x 11", reflecting bars, walls, partitions, ingress, egress and dimensions. If the event is to be held outside, indicate evidence of intended control, i.e., fencing, ropes, barriers, etc.
Copy of deed or lease, OR written permission from the owner for use of the premises;
Certificate of good corporate standing (nonprofit) issued by secretary of state within last two years; or
If not incorporated, a nonprofit charter; or
If a political candidate, attach copies of reports and statements that were filed with the secretary of state.
The Special Event Liquor Permit fee is $100 per application. One application may include up to 15 event dates in one calendar year. All events included on one application must be in the same location and must use the same diagrams (see Document Checklist above).
The fee is payable to City of Littleton with a debit or credit card at the time of application; OR a check, in person or by mail, after application has been submitted. Secure payment by debit or credit card is made through PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account pay with a debit or credit card.
Review of application form and documents
The Littleton City Clerk’s Office will review the application form and accompanying documents for accuracy and completeness. Failure to correct identified problems with the application will result in a delay in processing the desired permit. In reviewing an application, the office shall apply the same standards for approval and denial applicable to the state licensing authority.
If you have any questions about the liquor permit process before you begin, contact the Littleton City Clerk's Office at 303-795-3780 or email@example.com.