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The following Liquor Licenses applications were received for consideration by the City of Portland from October 3 to October 18, 2016


Please follow this link to see the applications in their entirety:

Recent Liquor License Applications


*Please note, each outlet under business name is a hyperlink, so you may click on it and it will take you to that application directly.


If you wish to comment please fill out the attached comment form and submit it to the City of Portland Liquor License Notification Program.

Attn: Liquor Licensing Notification Program
Mail: 1221 SW 4th Ave Ste 110, Portland OR 97204
Fax: 503-823-3050

Neighborhood Association:
Business Name:
Business Address:
Type of License:
Neighborhood Coalition:
Business Association:
Comments Due:


Louanne Moldovan
Adminstrative Coordinator
Liquor Licensing Program
Office of Neighborhood Involvement


October 3, 2016

Liquor License Renewal –North of Burnside

All liquor licenses North of Burnside within the Portland City Limits (East &West) will expire on December 31, 2016, unless renewed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC). As part of the renewal process, the City of Portland makes recommendations to the OLCC on renewal applications using information gathered from neighbors, community organizations, and public safety officials. The City of Portland is home to approximately 3,300 liquor license establishments, about half of which are coming up for renewal. Neighbors, Neighborhood and Business Associations, and Community Organizations have a very important role in this process.

The annual renewal is an opportunity for communities to address problems or concerns with licensed establishments in their neighborhoods. Concerned neighbors and community organizations wishing to oppose a license renewal north of Burnside should advise the Office of Neighborhood Involvement as soon as possible. Licensed establishments not identified by the City of Portland as problems are processed as though they received a “favorable” recommendation. Opposition received by individuals and organizations is considered by the City before a recommendation is made to the OLCC. If neighbors have concerns but do not wish to formally oppose the license renewal, this is an excellent opportunity to engage in problem solving to address concerns informally.

Information about liquor establishments with ongoing problems must be received by November 30, 2016 to be included in the city’s process.

Please contact Donna Henderson, City of Portland Liquor License Notification Program Coordinator, at 503‐823‐3092 or




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