The Wake County Board of Commissioners issued a “Stay-In Place” order for all area residents.  It has been determined that all ABC Stores, are an essential operation to the public therefore giving us the authority to remain open for business.  Our hours of operation are 11 am to 7 pm (Monday through Saturday) and we are happy to serve the citizens.  We will continue to do our best to keep our Stores clean and sanitary for both you and our staff.  Some measures have been taken and more are to come.  Please do your part, help all of us stay safe, and be patient as we go through this Pandemic together.

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Welcome to the Wake County ABC Board.

The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control strives to make alcoholic beverages available for consumption, while protecting both the consumer and the general public, to optimize profitability, and to distribute funds benefiting the community and local governments.

The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control wants to consistently provide good customer service in a pleasant shopping environment.

The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control is a local political subdivision of the State that operates as a separate entity overseen by a Board of five members.

Wake County Alcohol Beverage Control

Ken A. Kirby, Jr – Vice-Chairman Ike Wheeler – General Manager
Betty P. Whitaker – Board Member Bryan Hicks – Assistant General Manager
Lucius S. Jones – Board Member Kevin Lawrence – Law Enforcement Chief
Joel Keith – Board Member Scott Broadwell – Law Enforcement Assistant Chief