Liquor License Protest Process

Instructions on how to protest a liquor license application, renewal, or continuation.

Overview

The City of St. Louis regulates liquor license applications, renewals, and continuations.

If the application process of obtaining a permit or license does not satisfy the applicant they can submit an application to protest a liquor license refusal.

Instructions

  1. To begin the protest process, you must first contact the Excise Division by calling  (314) 622-4191

    or in person at:  

Excise Division
Room 418, City Hall
1200 Market Street 
St. Louis, MO. 63101

  1. You will need to provide your information and establish a clear reason for the protest application.
  2. Designate a person to be the Protest representative (this person will act as the neighborhood liaison for the protest).
  3. The Protest representative must provide a name, address and telephone number.
  4. Obtain the Protest packet.
  5. Follow the protest rules and regulations for protesting a liquor license.

Fees

No fees

What to Expect

Action taken by the Excise Division depends on the type of protest.

Review the protest rules and regulations for more information.

Contact

Excise Division

(314) 622-4191

1200 Market Street
Room 418, City Hall
St. Louis, Mo 63103-2857

Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m. Process renewals applications and New Liquor Applications, Catering Permits etc..)

Contact the Excise Division

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