citrus county liquor license

Citrus County Liquor License

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Citrus County Liquor License

 

If you want to open a restaurant, bar, supermarket or any other kind of establishment that sells or allows the consumption of alcoholic beverages in Citrus County, you can count on us to assist in you in the process of obtaining a liquor license. Our specialists can help you get your license in the shortest time possible, so that you can forget about paperwork and concentrate on innovative strategies instead. We offer bespoke services and support to our customers, no matter the region they come from, the type of establishment they want to open or the type of license they need.

 

We are always up to date with the latest changes in fees and legislation and you can contact us for any query. Here is a list of the licenses available in Citrus County, their provisions and annual fees.

 

 

License Fees

 

Series                                       Provisions                                                                    Annual Fee

 

1APS                                       Beer (Package Sales Only)                                          $140.00

2APS                                       Beer and Wine (Package Sales Only)                         $196.00

1COP                                      Beer (Package and Consumption)                              $280.00

2COP                                      Beer and Wine (Package and Consumption)              $392.00

3PS                                          Beer, Wine and Spirits (Package Sales Only)             $1,365.00

4COP                                      Beer, Wine and Spirits (Package and Consumption) $1,820.00

11C                                         Beer, Wine and Spirits (Consumption Only)              $400.00

 

 

Temporary Fees

New 3PS                                 $341.25

New 4COP                             $455.00

 

Citrus County licenses are obtained in accordance with the  HB 12-637 Special Act. This applies for restaurants between 2500 and 3999 square feet that gain 51% from selling non-alcoholic drinks and foods. In this case, you are permitted to have a bar on the premises. The bar should cover no more than 10% of the total restaurant space and does not impose limitations on consuming alcohol with meals.

 

Special Act HB 12-637 also regulates the license of restaurants that have 4000 square feet and gain 51% from selling non-alcoholic drinks and foods. A bar is permitted on the premises and does not impose limitations on consuming alcohol with meals.

 

Hotels:

Special Act 63-605 regulates the acquisition of licenses for hotels and motels with at least 50 rooms for guests. These hotels and motels should gain at least 51% from rentals.

 

You can use one of the contact details below to contact a representative in your area:

 

Contact: Gainesville – District #4

240 N. W. 76th Drive, Suite #B

Gainesville, FL 32607

Phone: (352) 333-2515

Fax: (352) 333-2514

 

Division of Hotels and Restaurants

 

Park Trammel Building

1313 Tampa Street, Suite 106

Tampa, FL (850)487-1395

 

Department of Revenue

1415 South 14th Street, Suite #103

Leesburg, FL (352)315-4470 

 

Zoning

360 W Sovereign Path, Suite 111

Lecanto, FL

(352)527-5252 

 

Health Departments

3650 W. Sovereign Path

Lecanto, FL 34461-8071

(352) 527-0247 

 

For additional information about the process of buying or selling a liquor license in Citrus County, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our experts are happy to assist you and shed light on this topic.