About This Site

There are more than 3,000 counties and more than 30,000 incorporated cities in the United States, and just about all of them have their own laws regarding the sale of alcohol. LocalAlcoholLaws.com is your guide to daily hours of sale, Sunday hours, liquor restrictions, and everything else that varies from state to state, county to county, and city to city.

A few things to keep in mind as you browse LocalAlcoholLaws.com:
  1. Use the information on this site to make safe, responsible decisions by planning ahead. Don't drink and drive.
  2. This site is intended to provide information to consumers. In many cases, laws that might be relevant to business owners—zoning regulations, licensing rules, etc.—have been left out.
  3. Laws are constantly changing, and are not always clear. We make every effort to keep information up to date and accurate, but sometimes we slip up. Along the same lines, data is missing or incomplete in some places simply because the local alcohol ordinances could not be found. If you see an incorrect listing, or if you know of an online source for a missing ordinance, please feel free to let us know.
  4. This site provides information on when alcoholic beverages can be legally sold, but that does not necessarily guarantee that there will be a store open at a particular time.
  5. Municipal boundaries are not always where you think they are. Many places appear to be part of a city, but are technically outside the city limits, and thus subject to the laws of that county (or a different city) instead.
Finally, LocalAlcoholLaws.com is a work in progress, so check back often for expanded coverage and new features.