CONTACT INFORMATION


Liquor Licensing and Regulatory Board

  • LLRB
  • 4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound
  • 8988-4242 local 8433 / 8438
  • LLRB@quezoncity.gov.ph

ABOUT THE BOARD


ALBERTO M. GALARPE
Chairman

The Liquor Licensing and Regulatory Board (LLRB), created through Ordinance No. NC-86, S-89, is mandated to implement the provisions of Ordinance No. NC-85, S-89, otherwise known as the “Quezon City Liquor Ordinance.” The Board aims to contribute in maintaining peace and order in the City by regulating the selling, dispensing, serving and manufacturing of liquor and/or other intoxicating beverages. It is composed of a Chairman and two (2) board members who approve and disapprove applications for liquor permit.

LLRB OFFICERS

NAMEDESIGNATION
Alberto M. GalarpeChairman
Atty. Leo Albert A. LazoBoard Member
Myrna M. ZacariasExecutive Officer
Maria Luisa T. SilvestreFinance Officer
Jay C. HebrewLegal Assistant
Maricon P. JallorinaAdministrative Officer
Ferdinand G. CañeteLicense Section Head
Maria Cristina S. CioneloRecords Section Head
Arlene A. SarnoBoard Secretary
Irene I. MacalaladNDC Unit-License Officer
Joel Y. PasaylonSupervising Verifier
Zenaida C. RiveraConsultant

BOARD DIRECTORY


Division / Unit:Executive Functions
Contact Person:Ms. Myrna M. Zacarias
Position:Executive Officer
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8438
  
Division / Unit:Administrative Functions
Contact Person:Ms. Maricon P. Jallorina
Position:Administrative Officer
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8433
  
Division / Unit:Finance, Property and Supply Section
Contact Person:Ms. Maria Luisa T. Silvestre
Position:Finance & Supply Officer
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8433
  
Division / Unit:License Section
Contact Person:Mr. Ferdinand G. Cañete
Position:License Officer
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8438
  
Division / Unit:Records / Releasing Section
Contact Person:Ms. Maria Cristina S. Cionelo
Position:Records Officer
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8433
  
Division / Unit:Verification Section
Contact Person:Atty. Leo Albert A. Lazo
Position:Board Member and Head, Verification Section
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8433
  
Division / Unit:Board Secretariat
Contact Person:Ms. Arlene A. Sarno
Position:Board Secretary
Contact Number:8988-4242 local 8433

SERVICES


  • Issue annual liquor permits to businesses engaged in the selling, serving, dispensing and manufacturing of liquor and other intoxicating beverages in Quezon City.
  • Provide an effective system of conducting inspection and verification of liquor business operations in the city.
  • Monitor and enforce existing laws, ordinances, policies, rules and regulations with regards liquor business operations in the city.
  • Take necessary measures and systems to generate more revenues for the city.
  • Undertake intensive campaign against illegal liquor business operations in the city.
  • Issue notices of violation, cease and desist orders, and endorse these cases to the City Legal Department for violation of the QC Liquor Ordinance.

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS


  1. Intensified Liquor Regulatory and Revenue Generation Program
    This program aims to encourage business establishments dealing on liquor to secure the required liquor permit and thereby generate more revenue for the City. Strategies include streamlining of requirements for the issuance of liquor permit, and ensuring Optimum Area Coverage (OAC) in field mapping and inspection. Specifically, the program includes three information drives – (1) Liquor Permit a MUST; (2) One Stop Renewal “KAAGAD”; and (3) OAC Saturation Drive.
  1. Information Dissemination Campaign Program
    The information dissemination campaign aims to increase the awareness of QC citizens on the existence of the liquor regulatory agency and the provisions of QC Liquor Ordinance NC-85, S-89. It also aims to encourage citizens to comply and participate in the implementation of liquor regulatory policies in the city. This is implemented through telephone brigade, distribution of brochures, and information, education and communication (IEC) activities at different barangays.
  1. Administrative Management Support Program
    This program aims to improve the operational efficiency of the Board through database development and personnel enhancement. Database development includes procurement of tools, supplies and equipment that are necessary in gathering, documenting and updating of records related to liquor business regulation in the city. This initiative is complemented by professional development of personnel through relevant in-house trainings and seminars.

GUIDES


How to secure a liquor permit for new business in QC

  1. Secure the following documents:
    1. Barangay Clearance for Liquor
    2. Mayor’s Permit
    3. Business Tax Official Receipt
  2. Scan the required documents and send via e-mail to LLRB@quezoncity.gov.ph;orsubmit the required documents in person. Use this format for the e-mail subject: Liquor_New Business_.
  3. Applicant shall be notified via email or text message, whichever is preferred by the applicant, of the acceptance of application. Please note that the submitted application and documentary requirements are subject to the evaluation of the Liquor Licensing and Regulatory Board.
  4. Physical verification of the place as to the actual operation and correctness of information shall be conducted.
  5. Applicant shall be notified via email or text message of the schedule of board hearing via telephone or video conferencing. Video conference can be through Messenger, Viber, or Zoom, whichever is preferred by the applicant.
  6. Settle liquor permit fees at the City Treasurer’s Office.
  7. Present the Official Receipt and claim Liquor Permit.

Estimated processing time: 3 to 4 days

How to renew a liquor permit in QC

  1. Scan previous liquor permit and send via e-mail to LLRB@quezoncity.gov.ph;orsubmit previous liquor permit in person. Use this format for the e-mail subject: Liquor_Renewal_”Name of establishment”.
  2. Applicant shall be notified via email or text message, whichever is preferred by the applicant of the acceptance of the application for renewal, the date when the Order of Payment can be claimed and the amount due. Applicants who submit the requirement in person can immediately claim the Order of Payment.
  3. Settle liquor permit fees at the City Treasurer’s Office.
  4. Present the Official Receipt and claim Liquor Permit.

Estimated processing time: 1 hour (Walk-in) / 1 day (By appointment)

How to retire a liquor permit in QC

  1. Submit a formal letter of intent to retire liquor permit, together with the scanned copy of the previous liquor permit and valid ID, via e-mail to LLRB@quezoncity.gov.ph. Use this format for the e-mail subject: Liquor_Retirement_”Name of establishment”. Applicant may also opt to submit the said requirements in person.
  2. Applicant shall be notified via email or text message, whichever is preferred by the applicant, of the acceptance of the application for retirement.
  3. Physical verification of the place to ascertain the veracity of the information on the letter request for retirement will be conducted.
  4. Settle liquor permit retirement fees at the City Treasurer’s Office.
  5. Present the Official Receipt and claim Liquor Permit Retirement Certificate.

Estimated processing time: 3 to 4 days

How to amend a liquor permit in QC

  1. Submit amended business permit, business tax official receipt, previous liquor permit and valid ID, via e-mail to LLRB@quezoncity.gov.ph. Use this format for the e-mail subject: Liquor_Amendment_”Name of establishment”. Applicant may also opt to submit the said requirements in person.
  2. Applicant shall be notified via email or text message, whichever is preferred by the applicant, of the acceptance of the application for amendment, the date when the Order of Payment can be claimed and the amount due, if any. Applicants who submit the requirements in person can immediately claim the Order of Payment.
  3. Settle liquor permit fees, if any, at the City Treasurer’s Office.
  4. Present the Official Receipt and claim amended Liquor Permit.

Estimated processing time: 1 hour (If no on-site verification needed) / 3 to 4 days (if amendment requires on-site verification)

Resources


LLRB CITIZEN'S CHARTER 2021