Cook County Liquor Commission
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The Cook County Liquor Control Commission regulates licensing and sale of alcohol in unincorporated Cook County Illinois.
The Liquor Control Commission is presided over by the President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners who is the local Liquor Commissioner by virtue of State Statute 235ILCS 5/4-2. The Liquor Commissioner appoints persons to assist in the exercise of powers and duties authorized by State Statute 235 ILCS/ 4-1 to 4-7, and County ordinance, code of ordinances, Cook County Illinois Chapter 6 relating to alcoholic liquor.
Liquor License Application Process
Liquor License applications shall include publication fees, fingerprint fees, proof of liquor liability insurance and undergo inspections from the Cook County Department of Building and Zoning, Cook County Department of Health, and Sheriffs Department prior to licensure.
After local Cook County authorization is obtained, a licensee is required to obtain a concurrent State of Illinois Liquor License from the State of Illinois Liquor Control Commission located at 100 W. Randolph Street Suite 7-801, Chicago, Illinois.
Liquor licenses are issued annually effective May 1 to April 30 of each year.
For More Information
For more information or to request an information packet contact
Kenneth Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (312) 603-4401
Allison Marshall Davidson at: phone (312) 603-3743.