Manager Registration

Colorado Laws


Per Colorado Liquor Code PART 3 STATE AND LOCAL LICENSING

12-47-301. Licensing in general:
(8) Each licensee holding a fermented malt beverage on-premises license or on- and off-premises license, beer and wine license, tavern license, club license, arts license, or racetrack license shall manage such premises himself or herself or employ a separate and distinct manager on the premises and shall report the name of such manager to the state and local licensing authorities. Such licensee shall report any change in managers to the state and local licensing authorities within thirty days after the change. It is unlawful for the licensee to fail to report the name of or any change in managers as required by this subsection (8). Such failure to report shall be grounds for suspension of the license.

12-47-411. Hotel and Restaurant license
(8) Each hotel and restaurant licensee shall manage or have a separate and distinct manager and shall register the manager of each liquor-licensed premises with the state and the local licensing authority. No person shall be a registered manager for more than one hotel and restaurant license.

12-47-412. Tavern license
(4) Each Tavern Licensee shall manage or have a separate and distinct manager for each licensed premises and shall register the manager of each licensed premises with both the state and the local licensing authority.  No person shall be a registered manager for more than one tavern license.

12-47-426. Lodging and Entertainment license
(4) (a) Each lodging and entertainment facility licensee shall manage or have a separate and distinct manager for each licensed premises and shall register the manager of each licensed premises with both the state and the local licensing authority. A person shall not be a registered manager for more than one lodging and entertainment license.

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Required Forms and Fees