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Although the laws regulating the alcoholic beverage industry are consistent statewide, the Alcoholic Beverage Code allows local determination of the types of alcoholic beverages which may be sold and how they can be sold by means of local option elections. Elections can be held by counties, cities or individual justice of the peace precincts.
Elections take place several times a year, so TABC's wet/dry spreadsheet and map can become out of date quickly. Local option petitions and elections are posted on TABC's website as we obtain that information. We cannot guarantee that this list is complete.
List of local option elections webpage.
View a list of all counties, cities and JP precincts in Texas and their wet/dry status. Please note that an area annexed to a city may assume the same or certain privileges regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages if certain, and very specific, conditions are met. (See Section 251.725 of the Alcoholic Beverage Code). This information is the most accurate that TABC has to offer, but only the city or county clerk's office can officially declare a location to be wet or dry.
See a map of wet, dry or partly wet counties in Texas as of May 2016.
The Secretary of State has oversight over local option elections. For questions about specific election procedures, please contact the Secretary of State's Office, or visit the Secretary of State's website.
For questions regarding TABC or the Alcoholic Beverage Code, please feel free to contact the TABC Public Information Officer at (512) 206-3462 or at email@example.com.