ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL: APPLICATIONS TO SELL ALCOHOL

VIEW THE MOST RECENT APPLICATIONS

AND CORRESPONDENCE

December 9 - Council District 13

December 9 - Council District 13

December 9 - Council District 9

December 9 - Council District 5

December 9 - Council District 4

December 9 - Council District 1

December 9 - Council District 1

December 10 - Council District 3

December 13 - Council District 4

December 13 - Council District 5

December 13 - Council District 10

December 13 - Council District 11

December 17 - Multiple Council Districts

December 18 - Council District 2

December 18 - Council District 3

December 18 - Council District 4

December 18 - Council District 11

December 20 - Council District 5

December 23 - Council District 5

December 23 - Council District 6

December 23 - Council District 9

December 23 - Council District 11

December 23 - Council District 12

December 23 - Council District 13

December 23 - Council District 15

December 26 - Council District 3

December 26 - Council District 11

December 27 - Council District 6

January 2 - Council District 1

January 2 - Council District 1 (#2)

January 2 - Council District 3

January 2 - Council District 4

January 2 - Council District 5

January 2 - Council District 11

January 2 - Council District 13

January 3 - Council District 4

January 3 - Council District 7

January 6 - Council District 11

January 9 - Council District 2

January 9 - Council District 5

January 9 - Council District 14

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) is the California-run agency that oversees the licensing of alcohol sales and service for restaurants, bars, hotels, retail stores, caterers and special events.

 

Any person may protest the issuance of a license by filing a written request with ABC. There are numerous reasons why people protest such licenses, including:

 

  • The premises are not suitable (too close to a school, house of worship, playground, nonprofit youth facility or residence that would be disturbed).

  • The premises are in a high-crime area.

  • Selling and/or serving alcohol in this location would create a public nuisance.

  • Applicant is not qualified. (Either the application has been falsified, applicant has a disqualifying police record, is not a true owner or is not at least 21 years old).  

 

Written protests must be filed within 30 days of:

 

  • The first date of posting the premises with the notice of intention to sell alcoholic beverages.

  • The first date of posting the premises with the notice of application for ownership change.

  • The date of mailing the notice of application to residents within 500 feet of the proposed premises.

Find out more at California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

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Los Angeles City Attorney

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Los Angeles, CA 90012 | 213-978-8100