New Legislation Passed in the 2017 General SessionClick here:
Application for new storage and dispensing area (RESTAURANTS ONLY)Click here:
Zions Bank StudyHere is a link to the study (Conducted by Zions)
As of September 1, 2015 local consent for event permits must be submitted by the applicant as part of a complete application.
Organizing a Special Event?
Special events can range from private events such as weddings, conferences, seminars, conventions, class reunions and private parties, to public events such as arts festivals, rodeos, community activities, and political, religious and charitable fund-raisers. Alcohol service at these special events can be accommodated many different ways under Utah law. Some may require issuance of a permit, others may not.To find out whether your event will need an event permit or not, please click here:
Alcohol Server Training Program
In 1987, Utah became the second state in the country to require training for all on-premise alcohol servers. Ten states now have mandatory server training laws and six have voluntary programs.
Training for the responsible service of alcohol was not the government’s idea. Before 1987, Utah’s hospitality industry was already providing this training on a voluntary basis through programs developed by the National Restaurant Association and the American Hotel & Motel Association. The resulting legislation established a mandatory Alcohol Training and Education Seminar for employees of businesses that serve alcohol for consumption on the premises.