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TABC Takes Steps To Maximize Teleworking Opportunities
The TABC will temporarily close its offices to the public beginning on Friday, March 20 and maintain essential services remotely. This will allow employees to maximize telework opportunities, while continuing to serve Texans. Read more about TABC and teleworking.
Find out what you should know about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it’s impacting the alcohol industry. Read more information and guidance about the virus.
TABC’s Fight Against Human Trafficking
Why is the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission combating human trafficking? Because there are more than 300,000 human trafficking victims in Texas. These crimes can hide in TABC-licensed businesses. In this video, TABC Chairman Kevin J. Lilly and Executive Director Bentley Nettles talk about the agency’s efforts.
Gov. Abbott Appoints Hasan K. Mack to TABC Governing Board
Hasan K. Mack has been appointed to fill the seat being vacated by outgoing Commissioner Ida Clement Steen of San Antonio. Read more about our new commissioner.
Retailers Selling Alcohol to Minors this Spring Break Could Face Serious Penalties
Agents from the TABC will be in liquor stores, bars, beaches and other locations where alcohol is sold throughout March. Read more about the Spring Break public safety operations.
Attention: Holders of Brewer’s Permits and Manufacturer’s Licenses!
At the January 28, 2020 meeting, the Commission adopted a new Annual Production Limit Order. The order went into effect immediately. Review the Annual Production Limit Order.
TABC Cancels Permit of McAllen Bar Following Rape Allegations
A McAllen bar has lost its license to sell alcohol following allegations that an 18-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on the premises. Read more about the cancelled permit in McAllen.
New permits make way for alcohol delivery through popular apps
A new permit will let delivery drivers bring alcohol orders directly to a customer’s door. Read more about the Consumer Delivery Permit.
TABC Arlington Office Closure, December 2, 2019
TABC’s Arlington office will be temporarily closed starting Monday, December 2 due to building damage that rendered the office unusable.
During this time, TABC stands ready to provide you with the customer service you need. You may visit or contact the following area offices from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.:
TABC Denton Office
121 North Woodrow Lane, Suite 110
Denton, TX 76205
TABC Waco Office
900 Washington Avenue, Suite 600
Waco, TX 76701
TABC Tyler Office
3800 Paluxy Drive, Suite 501
Tyler, TX 75703
TABC Wichita Falls Office
624 Indiana Street, Suite 302
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
If you have a meeting scheduled to take place at TABC’s Arlington Office during this closure, someone from TABC will contact you to reschedule.
We will send you updates if there are any changes. If you need additional assistance, you may contact TABC’s Austin headquarters at (512) 206-3333.
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