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How to apply for a temporary extension of premise

If you're applying for a temporary extension of premise, you have a couple of different options:

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Before you get started by email or fax

Please give us your application and documents at least two weeks before your event so we can meet the state’s Open Meeting Law.

Depending on your situation, you may need to give us some other documents with your application, including:

  • floor plans if you are making your location bigger, and
  • permits from other agencies if your work affects public property.
Step
2

Complete the application

Fill out the one-day amendment form. If you plan to email the application, you save the completed form to your desktop.

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3

Email or fax your info to us

Email your application and documents to LicensingBoard@boston.gov.

Or, you can fax your information to 617-635-4742

Step
1

Before you get started by mail

Please give us your application and documents at least two weeks before your event to we can meet the state’s Open Meeting Law.

Depending on your situation, you may need to give us some other documents with your application, including:

  • floor plans if you are making your location bigger, and
  • permits from other agencies if your work affects public property.
Step
2

Complete the application

Complete and print out the one-day amendment form.

Step
3

Send us your information

You can mail your application and documents to:

Licensing Board
1 City Hall Square, Room 809
Boston, MA 02201
Step
1

Before you get started in person

Please give us your application and documents at least two weeks before your event to we can meet the state’s Open Meeting Law.

Depending on your situation, you may need to give us some other documents with your application, including:

  • floor plans if you are making your location bigger, and
  • permits from other agencies if your work affects public property.
Step
2

Complete the application

Step
3

Give us your information

You can bring your completed application and documents to:

Licensing Board
1 City Hall Square, Room 809
Boston, MA 02201
Monday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Need to Know:

Learn about the rules and regulations behind the Licensing department.

Contact:
Licensing Board
1 City Hall Square
Room 809
Boston, MA 02201-2035

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