This license is for the sale of 3.2% liquor in original packages in retail stores for consumption off or away from the premises where sold.
For City Code requirements contact the City Clerk’s office.
You must submit the following:
An investigation fee not to exceed $500.00 shall be charged an applicant by the city if the investigation is conducted within the state, or the actual cost not to exceed $10,000.00 if the investigation is required outside the state. The police chief will meet with the applicant to discuss measures to eliminate the sale of alcohol to underage persons, general security, retail crime issues and the city ordinances.
Once the background investigation is completed, the application and police report will be reviewed by the city manager or his designee and may be forwarded to the city council for approval at the discretion of the city manager. The city clerk will forward the application to the community development department for zoning review and to the fire marshal for inspection of the premises were applicable.
- Certificate of Liability insurance with the City of Maplewood named as the certificate holder with a ten-day cancellation clause in at least the following amounts in effect for the license period:
- $50,000 of coverage because of bodily injury to any per person in any one occurrence,
- $100,000 because of bodily injury to two or more persons in any one occurrence,
- $10,000 because of injury to or destruction of property of others in any one occurrence,
- $50,000 for loss of means of support of any one person in any once occurrence,
- $100,000 for loss of means of support of two or more persons in any one occurrence,
- $50,000 for other pecuniary loss of any one person in any one occurrence and
- $100,000 for other pecuniary loss of two or more persons in any one occurrence.
- Insurance requirement does not apply to licensees who by affidavit establish that they are off-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor licensees with sales of less than $50,000 of 3.2 percent malt liquor for the preceding year.
- Certificate of Workers Compensation Insurance or if not required to have worker's compensation liability coverage, a signed notarized statement to that effect.
Other Applications You May Need
The annual 3.2% Malt Beverage license expires December 31st of each year and may be renewed at that time.