If you want to sell liquor in Commerce City, you will need to apply and obtain a liquor license consistent with the city's Revised Municipal Code of Ordinances. Follow these steps to obtain a license.
Liquor License Process
Obtain an application packet from the City Clerk's Office
Submit your completed application packet in duplicate to the City Clerk's Office for processing (keep an additional copy for your records).
The applicant is provided with the neighborhood boundaries for establishing the needs and desires or the license and a public hearing date (not less than 30 days from date of application submittal) is set.
The City Clerk's Office processes the application, publishes a notice of public hearing, and provides applicant with an administrative report and findings (not less than five days prior to the public hearing).
The applicant is responsible for posting a notice of public hearing, provided by the City Clerk's Office at the proposed site (not less than 10 days prior to public hearing).
Local licensing authority considers the liquor license application at a public hearing.
Upon approval of application by the licensing authority, the application is forwarded to the Colorado Department of Revenue, Liquor Enforcement Division for consideration.
Upon approval of the application by the Colorado Department of Revenue, a state and city liquor license will be issued by the City Clerk's Office.