TABC Site Policies
TABC's website has been designed to be compatible with the following internet browsers:
TABC is not responsible for the supported browsers on other websites, even if TABC links to those outside websites.
Known Browser Limitations
The following data may not display or download correctly in the desktop version of Safari:
- 5% Invoices by Month
- Historic Local Option Election Data
- Historic County Wet/Dry Status
- Download of the Static Credit Law Delinquent List
- Download of the Licensing Roster
Texas Open Data Portal
Visualizations on the Texas Open Data Portal, which is not a TABC website, may not display properly in Internet Explorer.
Do not use Internet Explorer to access the links to the Open Data Portal. Use Google Chrome or other popular browsers for the best experience.
Data hosted on the Texas Open Data Portal includes:
- Credit Law Delinquent List
- Tax Assessor-Collector Licenses/Permits Issued
- Per Capita Consumption
Information Collected and Stored Automatically
TABC collects statistical information about web pages browsed or accessed on our website and information that may be downloaded for security, statistical, quality control and continuous quality and content improvement.
This statistical information contains no personal information about individuals who use or access the website.
TABC never sells or re-discloses the statistical information gathered from use of this website for commercial or private use.
The TABC web server creates a data record of all activity and access to our website, including, but not limited to:
- The IP address or domain name from each access our website.
- The web browser and operating systems used to access our site.
- The date and time of each access to website.
- The length of time of each access to the website.
- The page(s) or website content accessed.
- Information downloaded from the website.
- Errors that may occur while the website is being accessed.
- The URL of the site that provided a link to our website.
Personal Information You Voluntarily Disclose
Personal information that may identify an individual that is sent to TABC by email or online form provided for submission of information by members of the public will be managed using the following policy:
- No individual information will be disclosed or re-disclosed for any purpose other than that authorized or required to carry out the intent of or purpose expressed by the individual providing the information. However, the points below outline situations where email transmission of forms may be disclosed under the Texas Public Information Act.
- TABC does not market, sell or re-disclose for commercial or private use any information provided to or collected by us.
- TABC's electronic mail system collects email addresses of individuals who communicate with TABC by email. Email addresses of individual members of the public are not subject to public disclosure, and TABC will not disclose email addresses of individuals without authorization of the individual.
- TABC's electronic mail and data systems collect information individuals send or attach to email transmissions or forms provided on the TABC website for use of individuals to voluntarily submit information to TABC. Some or all of this information may be disclosed or re-disclosed under the Texas Public Information Act; however, individually identifiable information will not be disclosed unless authorization is given for the disclosure.
- TABC may use email addresses and information voluntarily provided to TABC to respond to or provide information directly to the sender, or to TABC staff who may respond or provide information directly to the sender.
- All information, including personal information sent to and collected by TABC become records of a governmental entity. TABC is required to keep agency records, by record type for the period of time in the TABC Records Retention Schedule approved by the Texas State Library.(Government Code, Chapter 441, Subchapter L)
- All information created, assembled or maintained by TABC is public information and is subject to disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, unless an exception to disclosure applies to the information. (Government Code, Chapter 552)
TABC uses JotForm to produce some online forms and appointment schedules. In general, the site policies listed on this page also apply to these forms. Users interested in learning the JotForm data and policies can read more below.
Website content and information has only the security measures necessary to maintain the integrity of the website and services and information provided through the website.
Use of this website is monitored to ensure proper operation, to verify security features and for other purposes. Use of this system constitutes consent to monitoring.
Do not attempt to upload, change or place materials on this system, circumvent security features or use this system for other than its intended purposes. Violations are punishable under the Texas Penal Code Chapter 33 (Computer Crimes) or 33A (Telecommunications Crimes).
- IP address from which you are accessing the sites.
- Domain name of the internet service provider (ISP) you are using to access the sites.
- Date and time you visited the sites.
- Webpages or services you access at the sites.
Linking to Our Website
Our website is funded by the taxpayers and is maintained for the benefit of the citizens of the State of Texas and any other person interested in and desiring access to its content.
Any person may access our website at the following link: https://www.tabc.texas.gov/
TABC logos should not be used to indicate that TABC endorses, sponsors or is affiliated with any website using a link to TABC's website. TABC's logo should not be used with any other logo or graphic element that may create a false or misleading impression or confusing regarding whether TABC endorses, sponsors or is affiliated with any other entity or website.
Obtaining a Link on Our Website
TABC may authorize links to the TABC websites that it determines to be appropriate and in the public interest. Authorized links are selected based on whether the persons accessing a website might have a common or current interest to information contained on the TABC website, regardless of affiliation or sponsorship of authorized link. Examples of authorized sites are alcohol awareness programs and organizations, and other factors including:
- The frequency of requests for adding an authorized link.
- The stability and trustworthiness of the authorized site.
- The authorized site has a common interest or connection with the functions and mission of TABC.
Authorized links are for the convenience of users and consumers. TABC does not control or monitor the content of authorized websites and is not responsible for any material or content on an authorized website.
Anybody can contact TABC to report any suspected misuse or confusion of the TABC logo.
TABC logos may be changed or replaced from time to time without notice.
Links to Other Websites
The information posted on the TABC site includes links to information created and maintained by other public and private organizations. TABC provides these links solely for your information and convenience. When you select a link to an outside website, you are subject to the privacy, copyright, security and policies of that website. TABC:
- Does not control or guarantee the accuracy, legality, relevance, timeliness or completeness of information contained on a linked website.
- Does not endorse linked websites, the views they express or the products/services they offer.
- Cannot authorize the use of copyrighted materials contained in linked websites.
- Is not responsible for transmissions users receive from linked websites.
TABC is committed to making its website accessible for users and has included several features designed to improve accessibility for users with disabilities. Testing is conducted throughout the development of the website to ensure compliance with state and federal law:
- Texas Administrative Code Title 1, Part 10, Chapter 206, State Web Sites
- TAC Title 1, Part 10, Chapter 213, Electronic and Information Resources
- Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
If you are a person with a disability and are having problems using or accessing content on this site, please contact:
TABC’s Electronic Information Resource Accessibility Coordinator
TABC Human Resources
Voice: (512) 206-3220
Fax: (512) 206-3350
TDD: (512) 206-3270
TABC welcomes comments on how to improve the site's accessibility for users with disabilities through our Contact Us page.
People with disabilities who use this website and who may need auxiliary aids or services can contact the TABC Human Resources Division at:
- Voice: (512) 206-3220
- Fax: (512) 206-3350
- TDD: (512) 206-3270
To learn more about making Texas a place where people with disabilities have the opportunity to enjoy full and equal access to lives of independence, productivity and self-determination, visit the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities.
TABC provides Spanish-language content using Google Translate. To view the translated version of this website, click here.
TABC makes every attempt to keep this website complete, accurate and timely to serve Texans.
However, TABC is not responsible for errors or omissions and does not represent that this website contains all information related to any subject covered on the website. The agency also does not assume responsibility for the use of this information. Not all information on this website represents the official policy, position or views of the TABC commissioners, TABC staff or public officials of the State of Texas.
You should never use the information on this website, or any public website, as a substitute for seeking independent legal or other professional advice.
Information on this website is provided to assist users to access information about issues regulated by TABC; understanding the policies and statutory duties of TABC and give general advice and guidance.
The official state record for all agency rules may be found on the Texas Secretary of State’s website .
The official state record of all laws and statutes of the State of Texas may be found on the official website of the State of Texas .
This website is maintained by TABC’s Communications and External Relations Division. If you have any problems viewing these pages with your web browser, find any inactive links or have suggestions on how we can improve this website please fill out this form.
To order printed copies of our free consumer publications or a complaint form, call (512) 206-3333.
You can access the Code and Rules on our website.