HENDERSON (KTNV) — The City of Henderson announced it will temporarily allow the delivery of alcohol to residences located within city limits during the ongoing business closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Commercial establishments holding a full liquor off-sale, brewpub, winery, or craft distillery license through the city can deliver alcoholic beverages until the declared end of the nonessential business closures, according to the city.
However, curbside pick up is not allowed under the permit.
Henderson representatives also said delivery orders must be placed by phone or internet, and the establishment must remain closed to the public.
The business owner or employee delivering the liquor and the person accepting delivery must be at least 21 years old. Also, delivery by a third-party service is not allowed.
There will be no fees for the time-limited permit for package liquor delivery.
Commercial establishments choosing to deliver alcohol to residences must email the City of Henderson Business Operations Division at FILicensedivision@cityofhenderson.com.
The email must include the business name and address, current Henderson business license number, and the contact phone number for the owner or key employee, according to the city.
More information is also available here.