Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Offers Online Liquor License Renewals

The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission (NLCC) offers an online renewal payment solution so Nebraska liquor license holders can renew online, providing convenience for those whose work hours extend beyond the average business day.

Omaha most recently adopted the online renewal payment solution, which added over a thousand licenses. With this online service, grocery store and convenience store chains can renew licenses through their corporate offices. Small businesses can renew online and save drive time to the local clerk’s office.

“The renewal application is easy to use, expedient and has provided our licensees conveniences during the renewal process. Since partnering with Nebraska Interactive to create this payment solution, many licensees have commented how they value the time which has been saved,” stated Hobert Rupe, Executive Director of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission. “It’s just like paying online with any reputable government agency. Efficiencies and savings are shared by the local clerks’ office and the licensee. We couldn’t be happier.”

Licenses can be renewed online and circumvent late charges when deadlines are imminent. The online renewal application is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The NLCC renewal application can be found at website at


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