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Types of Yuma County Liquor Licenses

Business owners in Yuma County must properly secure a Yuma County liquor license to serve or sell alcoholic beverages to their customers. In Yuma County, located in the southwest corner of the state of Arizona, the population is nearly 212,000 people. Most of these residents live in Yuma, Arizona, the county’s largest city as well as the county seat. Tourists and locals enjoy visiting attractions, such as the Arizona Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens, Gateway Park, and Yuma Territorial Prison Park. Every year, the Yuma County Fair is held in Yuma, Arizona, with entertainment, livestock shows, food, carnival rides, and a demolition derby.

 

To begin selling liquor to patrons at your Yuma County establishment, we offer online Yuma County liquor license auctions for the following permit types:

 

  • Series 6: Permits bars and nightclubs to sell all liquor -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for on-site consumption, as well as liquor, beer, and wine "to go" for off-site consumption in Yuma County.
  • Series 7: Permits restaurants to sell beer and wine for on-site consumption, as well as liquor, beer, and wine "to go" for off-site consumption in original, unopened containers in Yuma County, Arizona.
  • Series 9: Permits all liquor sales -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for off-premises consumption in Yuma County, AZ.

 

Each Arizona liquor license grants the holder the right to sell in a specific Arizona county, such as Yuma. Liquor licenses are not transferable between counties. They are, however, transferable between owners, which means you can legally buy or sell any Yuma County alcohol license.

How to Buy a Yuma County Liquor License

There are two ways to purchase a Yuma County alcohol license in Arizona. The first way is to buy an alcohol permit from the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC). The second way is to obtain a liquor license in Yuma County from the secondary market using a liquor license broker, like Liquor License Auctioneers. 

 

Each Arizona County, including Yuma County, has a limited number of liquor licenses available for sale. Most often, the only way for a business owner to obtain an alcohol license in Yuma County is to purchase one from the open market. Usually, there is still a period of waiting time, and the buyer may have to wait for a seller to sell a liquor license to them in Yuma County, AZ.

 

This is our area of expertise as professional liquor license brokers. Through our many years in this industry, we have developed relationships with both lawyers and business entrepreneurs. These connections have given us the ability to offer exclusive liquor licenses in Yuma County on our online bidding platform. These alcohol permits are only available on our auction platform, and no other liquor license brokerage can sell them. This gives us the opportunity to price them fairly. Please let us know if you need a specific type of Yuma County alcohol license, and we can help track one down for you with our network in no time. 

 

To apply for a liquor license in Yuma County, Arizona, the following forms are required:

 

  1. Complete the DLLC Application: The first step to acquiring a Yuma County alcohol license is to fill out the DLLC Application. Complete the sections that apply to the specific type of Yuma County liquor license you need and the type of alcohol license ownership you have. When completing the DLLC Application, use black ink.
  2. Submit the Questionnaire: Complete and sign the questionnaire for a Yuma County alcohol permit. 
  3. Prove Citizenship or Alien Status: When applying for a Yuma County liquor license, the individual owner or agent must fill out the Arizona Statement of Citizenship or Alien Status for State Public Benefits.
  4. Submit a Fingerprint Card: The Yuma County liquor license applicant must pay $22.00 to submit a fingerprint card.
  5. A Valid Certificate of Completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training: The business owner or agent is responsible for submitting a valid certificate of completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training. The certificate must be submitted within 60 days from when the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) accepted the DLLC Application for a Yuma County liquor license.
  6. Issuance of Yuma County Liquor License: Prior to the applicant receiving the Yuma County alcohol license, the alcohol permit applicant needs to get approval from the local governing city, town, or county. At this time, the DLLC must wait 15 days from the date of recommendation for approval before they review the DLLC Application for Issuance. The Yuma County alcohol permit applicant must get a site inspection, a background clearance, and a copy of a valid Certificate of Completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training if it wasn’t received at the time of the DLLC Application. Any final issuance fees associated with the Yuma County alcohol license must be paid at this time.

 

Complete the following eight steps with the help of Liquor License Auctioneers to obtain a Yuma County liquor license.

 

  1. Secure the location: Select the business premises where you’d like to sell or serve liquor to your patrons. The business property must be leased, purchased, or rented. 
  2. Select your liquor license: Figure out what type of Yuma County alcohol license you need for your business. Decide whether you will acquire a Yuma County liquor license directly from the DLLC or through the open market using a liquor license broker like Liquor License Auctioneers.
  3. Open your escrow account: At this time, an escrow account should be opened, ideally with a third-party company. This account will be where all the Yuma County alcohol license-related finances are held.
  4. Survey the location: Employ a contractor to perform a survey of your business location. Liquor License Auctioneers may do the inspection of your business.
  5. Complete your DLLC Application: When the DLLC Application has been completed, submit it to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) along with the related documents and forms. The DLLC will then review and approve the DLLC Application for a Yuma County alcohol permit. Use our liquor license brokers for this step, as they can help assist you in completing the DLLC Application.
  6. Post a notice: When the DLLC Application is approved, the Arizona DLLC will mail you a notice of intent to sell alcohol. Once you receive the notice, it must be featured at your business for at least 30 days.
  7. Submit to investigation: After the 30 days have elapsed, the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) will come to your property to conduct a final inspection. 
  8. Receive the liquor license: If your business passes the final inspection from the DLLC, they will mail you the official Yuma County liquor license. When you receive the Yuma County alcohol license, you must post it at your business establishment.

 

If you comply with the previous eight steps to secure a liquor license in Yuma County, these steps meet the requirements set by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC). To expedite the process of obtaining an alcohol license in Yuma County, always check to see if the local municipal government has any additional regulations that must be followed to procure an alcohol permit in Yuma, Arizona. Being informed about any additional stipulations ahead of time will save you the extra steps and time so you can start selling liquor to your customers.

 

In Arizona, there are numerous businesses competing for Yuma County alcohol licenses. Our experienced and knowledgeable alcohol license brokers at Liquor License Auctioneers can help you acquire a liquor license in Yuma County for your business, whether it’s a grocery store, liquor store, bar, or restaurant. Our ethical business practices and fair prices make our auction platform unique. If you are looking for a Yuma County liquor license for sale, simply check our online bidding platform to see which alcohol permits are currently available. Place your bid, and buy an alcohol license in Yuma County, AZ.

Yuma County Liquor Licenses for Sale

Founded in 2012 by a former California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Investigator, Liquor License Auctioneers has been in the business of providing alcohol licenses for Yuma County. Buyers and sellers can purchase or list a Yuma County liquor license for sale on our online auction platform. See all available Yuma County alcohol permits listed on our bidding platform - updated in real-time. Make an offer, and buy a liquor license in Yuma County, Arizona, today.

Contact Liquor License Auctioneers

Receiving an alcohol license in Yuma County, AZ, can be a time-consuming process. Select our experienced liquor license brokers at Liquor License Auctioneers to help you secure your alcohol permit in Yuma County. Reach out to us at 818.345.2226, or send us an email to have our team assist you in obtaining your Yuma County alcohol license. We are here to help you accelerate the process of attaining an alcohol permit in Yuma County, Arizona, so that you can start selling liquor to customers at your business.