No, renewals are mailed at the beginning of April each year and may be signed and returned to the County Clerk’s office with the amount owed. Please call 636-797-5039, if you have any questions.
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Any person who seeks to obtain a liquor license for a location in an incorporated area of Jefferson County must first contact the municipality. Any person who seeks to obtain a liquor license for a location in the unincorporated area of Jefferson County may apply directly to the Missouri Department of Public Safety - Division of Liquor Control by calling 314-416-6280.
Yes, any business or organization that obtains a state liquor license of any kind (i.e. picnic, caterer) is required to apply and acquire a County liquor license from the County Clerk’s office.
The day a business or organization applies for a County liquor license, they will receive a paid receipt that will be valid for 30 days from the date written on the receipt by the County Clerk’s office. The original license will be mailed within 7 to 10 business days. Please contact our office if you do not receive your license within this time frame.
A business or organization located in an incorporated city/municipality must first obtain their state and city liquor license. Those located in the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County must only obtain a state liquor license before applying for a County liquor license. Then, bring the original license(s) to the County Clerk’s office to apply for a license that is valid for 30 days.
The Jefferson County Council adopted a new ordinance that requires any applicant for a county liquor license to be current on his taxes. Proof of taxes paid or no taxes owed will be required to obtain the liquor license.
Jefferson County charges $3 more than the fee charged by the state for a liquor license. If the state charged you $400, then the total amount charged by Jefferson County will be $403.
Contact the State of Missouri, Department of Revenue at 314-416-6280 for an answer to this question.
Liquor licenses in Missouri are valid from July 1 of the current year to June 30 of the next year.
No, liquor licenses are pro-rated based when the State of Missouri issued the license and the expiration date of the license.