Liquor License Application

Liquor License Application

To obtain law enforcement approval for an Alcoholic Beverage Control Daily License Application, fill out an ABC-221 formView instructions for filling out the form.

All events within the City of Elk Grove that operate under an ABC Daily License are required to have security on scene per the following guidelines:

  • 150 estimated attendees = a minimum of 1 security officer
  • 151 - 300 estimated attendees = a minimum of 2 security officers
  • 301 - 500 estimated attendees = a minimum of 3 security officers
  • 501+ estimated attendees = a minimum of 4 security officers

All security companies and/or security officers must hold valid licenses through the Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security and Investigative Services, or be sworn peace officers within the State of California. Security officers must be uniformed and may not take part in the event. Note that events are evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Depending on the nature and history of the event, more officers may be required.

Bring the completed application to the Elk Grove Police Department at 8400 Laguna Palms Way, Elk Grove, CA 95758. Alternatively, you can email a PDF copy of the completed application to Officer Jazvie Singh. Photographs or screenshots of the application will not be accepted. Ensure that the application has been signed by the organization's representative and the property owner prior to submitting to the police department.

The police department requires the submittal of ABC License applications at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date. There is no fee for law enforcement review and/or signature. Staff will call you when the approved application can be picked up at the police department. If the application is e-mailed or if an e-mail address is left with the application, a PDF copy of the signed application will be sent to you via e-mail. Submit the signed application to your local Alcoholic Beverage Control Office for licensing review and issuance.

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