TABC announces phased reopening of Austin-area offices


Residents can use TABC website to reserve appointments for multiple in-person services


The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is launching a new online appointment form for Texans who need in-person services at the agency’s Austin offices.

Customers can fill out the form to set a time for in-person licensing or audit services. Appointments, which can be reserved up to two weeks in advance, will be available starting September 16, at TABC’s Austin headquarters and regional office at 5806 Mesa Drive. Residents can also call, email or use the TABC Contact Us webpage to access services, such as marketing practices, label approval or enforcement.

“Service is one of TABC’s core values, and this careful reopening of our Austin offices will allow us to better assist our Central Texas industry members and business owners,” TABC Executive Director Bentley Nettles said. “As we continue the phased reopening of our facilities statewide, it’s my hope that Texans living in each of our service areas will soon be able to meet with our hardworking team members face-to-face.”

Social distancing and health and safety guidelines remain in place for all in-person visits to TABC offices.

To learn more about the requirements, or to book an appointment using the online form, visit: <>.