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Important Reminders for Licensees

Renew and Pay Online

Online filing and payments are required, unless you have requested a waiver.

WAC 230-05-126 - Online filing and payments required with waivers available upon request for good cause.

(1) All licensees must submit the following online:
(a) Renewal application and base license fees; and
(b) Quarterly license fees; and
(c) Quarterly license reports.

(2) We may waive these requirements if a licensed organization can show good cause. The reasons for good cause include:
(a) You do not have access to the internet using your own computer or similar equipment; or
(b) You do not have a bank account; or
(c) Your bank is unable to send electronic fund transactions; or
(d) Some other circumstance or condition exists that, in our judgment, prevents you from submitting online.

(3) We may waive these requirements if a licensed individual can show good cause. The reasons for good cause include:
(a) You do not have access to the internet using your own computer or similar equipment; or
(b) You do not have a bank account or credit card; or
(c) Your bank is unable to send electronic fund transactions; or
(d) Some other circumstance or condition exists that, in our judgment, prevents you from submitting online.

(4) You must request a waiver when applying for a new license or permit.

(5) A waiver will cover all fees and reports required under subsection (1) of this section.

WAC 230-05-128 - Renew your license in a timely manner.

(1) You must renew online, unless you have received a waiver as outlined in this chapter and allow enough time to:
(a) Print the license prior to midnight before the license expires; or
(b) Have us print the license and mail it to you so you receive it before your license expires.

(2) If you have a waiver and are not renewing your license online, you must ensure a properly completed renewal application and all applicable license fees are received at our administrative office in Lacey at least fifteen days before the expiration date on the license.

(3) If you do not submit a properly completed renewal application and all fees and your license expires, you must immediately stop the gambling activity covered by your license.

(4) If your license expires, you must submit an application and you must not operate any gambling activity until a new license is issued.


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As a licensee, you must follow all gambling laws and rules.

Visit our 'Report Changes' page turn learn about reporting requirements.

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To obtain training or recordkeeping packets, visit 'Training Requirements'


Problem Gambling

RCW 9.46.071 requires licensees to post information concerning problem gambling at each entrance and exit to the premise. Failure to post can result in administrative charges. If you require additional signs and brochures, please contact your local field agent and they will be provided at no charge. Print a copy of the Problem Gambling poster and Problem Gambling sign.


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