County Green-Lights Liquor Store Deliveries

City Of Las Vegas Gave Similar Approval Last Week

Mitch Kelly
April 08, 2020 - 6:34 am

LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - The Clark County Department of Business License has agreed to temporarily allowing package liquor stores to offer delivery service of package liquor to customers in unincorporated Clark County during the Governor’s Declaration of Emergency.

The City Of Las Vegas gave similar approval to stores last week

The businesses, which are generally liquor stores, need to apply for a temporary package liquor delivery license, which will be approved as soon as practicable. Once they have a temporary package liquor delivery license, those businesses will be allowed to deliver beer, wine, spirits-based products in addition to hard alcohol (rum, vodka, gin, whiskey, etc.) so long as the products are in the original, unopened containers. The license authorizes delivery in unincorporated Clark County only.

The stores will be allowed to deliver, but the general public wil still not be allowed inside the brick and mortar locations, in accordeance with Governor Sisolak's ordered closure of all Nevada businesses deemed "non-essential".

Also, the business must not involve a third-party vendor such as Uber Eats, Door Dash, Postmates, etc. to provide this service. All deliveries must be made by the licensee’s employees to the individual placing the order. 

Interested businesses should submit written requests for this temporary license by email to James M. Headen at JamesH@clarkcountynv.gov, or by mail to 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, P.O. Box 551810, Las Vegas NV 89155-1810.

The businesses are asked to include the application fee of $175 payable to the Department of Business License. Payments may be made online through a business’ current liquor license account.

License approvals will be sent via email to the businesses. Business owners will be notified when their license is updated and should be able to pay the fees under the miscellaneous fees tab online. Business owners are also asked to continue monitoring their email for any updates.