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Updated February 1, 2014
With the new legislation effective February 1, 2014 the counties will no longer collect a $2 renewal fee. See sections below.
Sec. 61.48. RENEWAL APPLICATION. An application to renew a license shall be filed with the commission [in writing with the assessor and collector of taxes of the county in which the licenses premises are located] no earlier than 30 days before the license expires but not after it expires. The application shall be signed by the appliccant and shall contain complete information required by the commission showing that the applicant is not disqualified from holding a license. The application shall be accompanied by the appropriate license fee [plus a filing fee of $2. The assessor and collector of taxes shall deposit the $2 filing fee in the county treasury and shall account for it as a fee of office]. No applicant [he] is required by the commission or administrator to submit to a renewal hearing before the county judge.
Effective February 1, 2014 counties will no longer be accepting payment for TABC on renewals or original applications due to the legislative change passed by the 83rd Legislature (SB 1035).
Effective 03/01/2014, reports to assist with your collection of your county fees can be found on our Public Inquiry page. These reports are designed to assist you regardless of your collection methods being before or after a renewal is issued by TABC.
For questions please contact Jeff Richards at 512-206-3312.
Thank You for your continued support and partnership.
Director of Licensing