Corpus Christi and Conroe Offices To Close Sept. 1
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission will permanently close its Corpus Christi and Conroe offices Sept. 1 to ensure efficient use of state resources as the agency begins offering faster service to businesses online.
While TABC will no longer offer in-person services at these offices, staff will still be available by phone and email. Members of TABC’s Licensing and Audit teams will continue assisting these communities, and agents will continue to conduct inspections and operations in the area.
The decision to close the locations came after re-evaluation of the agency’s office leases statewide. TABC constantly works to identify areas where it can improve its stewardship of state resources. The closures will build on the successful transition many businesses made during the COVID-19 pandemic to work with TABC online and by phone rather than with paper forms and in-person meetings.
The agency is also moving many services online with the launch of the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS). When AIMS launches on Sept. 1, it will usher in a quicker way of doing business with TABC anytime and anywhere. Learn about all of TABC’s 2021 Changes.
Businesses can always use the form at the bottom of our Contact Us page on the TABC website to send messages directly to agency staff.
Starting Sept 1, businesses in the Conroe and Corpus Christi areas can also contact the appropriate TABC Regional Offices for assistance:
- Conroe Office: Contact the Houston Regional Office.
- Corpus Christi Office: Contact the San Antonio Regional Office.
You can also enter your ZIP code on the TABC homepage to find your regional office.