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Kaua‘i: Liquor license renewals due June 30

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The deadline to renew liquor licenses for Fiscal Year 2023-24 is on June 30 at 4:30 p.m., according to the Kaua‘i Department of Liquor Control.

If a licensee fails to renew the license by the deadline, it will expire on June 30, 2023.

To comply with HRS 281-53, licensees must have their renewal application signed and notarized prior to submission. Renewals submitted without the required notarization or required accompanying documents will not be accepted.


The Liquor Department will begin accepting renewals on June 1. As an added convenience this year, the Liquor Department will begin accepting online submissions of renewals and payments through the Liquor License Renewal portal which can be found at www.kauai.gov/Liquor then selecting the hyperlink under “Liquor License and Permits.” Officials encourage all licensees to view the video tutorial on the Liquor Department’s website, which provides a guide through the initial online renewal.

Licensees who wish to submit their application in person or through mail are asked to ensure their renewal is received prior to the deadline to avoid any inconveniences.

To comply with Liquor Commission Rule 2.6, any liquor license renewal submitted after 4:30 p.m. on June 30 will not be accepted. It is highly recommended that all licensees begin the renewal process as soon as possible starting June 1.


For more information, please contact the Department of Liquor Control Licensing Division at 808-241-4955.


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