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COVID-19 Risk and Protection Framework

Starting Thursday, December 3, 2020, the state will shift from a “statewide freeze" period to using a four-tier risk based assessment for allowing business and social activity.


The OLCC has modified its business operations to safely accommodate licensees and the general public during the COVID-19 outbreak. To maintain proper social distancing requirements the OLCC is scheduling customer appointments in advance

All OLCC offices are open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
To schedule an appointment at OLCC headquarters in Portland, please call 503-872-5000 or click here for information on OLCC regional offices. You can also contact the OLCC by using any of the email addresses listed on our COVID-19 Business Continuity page.


Oregon Liquor Search

Browse liquor stores and distilled spirits online. Search liquor store locations, hours of business, phone numbers, and distilled spirits by brand or category.

www.oregonliquorsearch.com





Your Liquor Dollars Work for Oregon

Liquor revenue supports state, city, and county programs. These dollars help to fund education, law enforcement, public health programs and more.

Where Liquor Revenue Goes

City and County Revenue Distribution


 

Recreational Marijuana

In Oregon, adults 21 & older can legally possess & use recreational marijuana, but there are limits.





 

COVID-19 Resources

OLCC has modified its business operations to safely accommodate licensees and the general public during the COVID-19 outbreak.








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