What is the purpose of this permit?
A class 11 permit allows a bed and breakfast lodging facility to serve beer or wine without charge to overnight guests, for consumption on the premises. A bed and breakfast lodging facility is defined as a hotel or similar facility, offering from one to eight lodging units and breakfast to travelers or guests. RCW 66.20.010 (11)
Who issues this permit?
Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board
What activities require this permit?
Supplying alcohol for guests at a lodging location considered a Bed and Breakfast facility.
How much will this permit cost?
$75.00 permit. $75.00 renewal 6/30 annually. Hard copy application only available printed off our website.
Where can I get the application for this permit?
The application is called 'Application for Class 11 Permit
' is online and can be accessed at https://lcb.wa.gov/publications/licensing/forms/LIQ-391-Class-11-Permit-Bed-Breakfast.doc
Do I need to include anything with my application?
Yes - Fees, Proof of ownership of the proposed property, and a completed criminal history statement. Criminal history statement found here: https://dor.wa.gov/sites/default/files/legacy/Docs/forms/BLS/700301.pdf
Is the decision on my permit dependent on anything besides the information in my application?
Possible follow up questions from agency.
How long will it take to review my application?
30 to 45 days from beginning to end. This permit requires additional documents from applicants, therefore can take longer depending on applicant response time.
Where do I submit my application?
Submit application to address on the top of the application.
Licensing & Regulation Division
PO BOX 43085
Olympia, WA 98504-3085
How long is my permit valid?
Good until the following June 30th after your permit gets issued, and then you will need to renew for the following year every June 30th.
Permit Timeliness Results
Permit Timeliness data collection is in response to a State Auditor’s Performance Audit and RCW 43.42A. Each regulatory agency developed a plan to improve permit clarity, predictability, and timeliness. Each agency considers the customers experience to ensure permit assistance is simple to use, easy to access, and designed in a customer-friendly manner. Agencies report progress to the Governor’s Office for Regulatory Innovation and Assistance (ORIA). ORIA prepares and distributes reports, with participation from the State Auditor’s Office and Results Washington. See latest report here: https://www.oria.wa.gov/ORIA-2020-PermitTimelinessProgressReport.pdf.
All permits submitted for reporting were entered into this Regulatory Handbook. Here are the results of the performance data:Estimated Time Required By the Agency to Process a Permit Application (Definition)Average number of days from Receipt to Complete: 1Maximum number of days from Receipt to Complete: 1Estimated Time Required By the Agency to Issue a Permit Decision (Definition)Average number of days from Complete Application to Decision: 64.5Maximum number of days from Complete Application to Decision: 78
(Summary results based on 2 submittals in 2023)
Where can I get permitting assistance?
Web page URL: http://lcb.wa.gov
Helpdesk phone: (360) 664-1600
Subject matter expert phone: (360) 664-1660
Subject matter expert email: firstname.lastname@example.org