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TABC Information for County Officials

We want to make accessing information as simple as possible for local government officials who regularly visit our website. This page is designed for:

  • Tax assessor-collectors
  • County judges
  • County clerks  

Types of Information

Tax Assessor-Collectors

Several datasets help county tax assessor-collectors:

  • 5% Invoice Details by MonthLook through up to four years of monthly statements to verify the amount of permit or fee money due to your county from TABC.
  • TABC Licenses and Permits IssuedCheck the new licenses or permits issued in your county by visiting the Texas Open Data Portal. Browser Compatibility: Do not use Internet Explorer to access this link. Use Google Chrome or other popular browsers for the best experience.
  • Liquor/Beer Issued 4x6 CardsVisit our Public Inquiry system and enter the information into the available fields. There are several types of information to choose from: 
    • All — A complete list of licenses/permits
    • Renewals  
    • Third-year notification — Mixed Beverage Permits reaching collection status
    • Reissued — Licenses and permits with changes
    • New — Newly issued licenses and permits
    • Change of expiration date — Licenses and permits with updated expiration date
  • Mailed Renewal ApplicationsFind information about mailed renewal applications in our Public Inquiry system.
  • Data and ArchivesView data and historic information, including per capita consumption reports.

County Clerks

TABC maintains wet/dry status and election information related to alcohol sales for use by the public and county officials.

County Judges

The TABC County Judge's Guide explains the most commonly requested information as well as the regulatory provisions of the Alcoholic Beverage Code and procedural rules that apply to county judges.

Complaint Process for Local Governments

The law requires that all peace officers in the state enforce the provisions of the Alcoholic Beverage Code and help TABC detect violations. If a local government suspects any unlawful activity at a TABC-licensed location, file a complaint with us so that we can investigate and take appropriate action.