Mayor Feinen Issues Emergency Order
In light of the potential threat to the public health, safety and welfare, Mayor Feinen has issued an Emergency Order regarding the event that has become known locally as “Unofficial St. Patrick’s Day.” Click here to read the Emergency Order, which is effective March 6 through March 8, 2020.
Role of the Liquor Commissioner
The Mayor serves as the City’s Liquor Commissioner and oversees the enforcement of the Liquor Code and Liquor Commissioner rules.
The Liquor Commissioner:
- Serves as the primary point of contact for all liquor license-related matters
- Plays a major role in proposing changes to the liquor provisions in the City Code
- Develops the Liquor Commissioner’s Rules
- Makes suggestions relative to enforcement policies
- Holds liquor licensees accountable for following City liquor ordinance
The Liquor Commissioner does not determine prosecution of individual criminal violations or manage details of liquor enforcement.
Deputy Liquor Commissioner
The Deputy Liquor Commissioner is appointed by the Mayor, and assists with the responsibilities listed above. The Deputy Liquor Commissioner works with the City’s Police Department, Legal Department, and the Mayor’s Office to coordinate implementation of the Liquor Code.