Pending changes to the Unified Land Use Code (ULUC) can be viewed and commented on until June 5, 2023.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has implemented the Colorado Applicant Background Services (CABS) program in response to Senate Bill 17-189. Beginning September 24, 2018 citizens requesting to be fingerprinted for licensing, certification or background checks will be referred to the vendors selected by CBI to process electronic submissions.Littleton Police Records will not accept requests from the public for fingerprinting services after September 24, 2018, except for court-ordered fingerprints.
Public fingerprinting is available through:
American BioIdentity Inc / dba Colorado Fingerprinting
Idemia Identity and Security USA (IDEMIA)
The City Clerk's office processes all applications for liquor licenses and special event liquor permits for establishments and events in the City of Littleton.
Types of Liquor Licenses and Permits
If an event which anticipates more than 100 attendees is to be held in a city park, on a city street or at a city facility, a City of Littleton Event Permit application is required.
Contact the city clerk’s office at 303-795-3780 for complete information on all liquor-licensing applications.