The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) provides education about and enforcement of liquor and marijuana laws. OLCC places emphasis on addressing alcohol and marijuana sales to minors and visibly intoxicated people.
OLCC manages and distributes distilled spirits; licenses and regulates businesses that sell and serve alcohol; and trains and issues permits for alcohol servers. The agency licenses, regulates, and issues permits for marijuana workers and tracks adult-use cannabis in Oregon’s recreational marijuana industry. The OLCC is also responsible for administration and compliance of Oregon’s Bottle Bill.
Seven citizen commissioners set policy for the OLCC. The agency also relies on advisory committees, government officials and citizens to guide its decision-making. OLCC employs 347 people, is headquartered in Portland and has four regional and numerous satellite offices throughout the state. Through the sale of distilled spirits and beer and wine privilege fees, OLCC is the third-largest revenue generator for the state, with a 2019–2021 biennium value of over $1.5 billion.
Telephone: 503-872-5000; Toll-free: 1-800-452-6522
Contact: Craig Prins, Interim Executive Director
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Records & Publications
State Archives Holdings from This Agency
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Title: Administrative Rules Public Hearings
Cubic Ft.: 1
Title: Commission Minutes
Cubic Ft.: 4.25