State laws address most issues pertaining to alcohol sales, but the city has some regulatory authority on topics such as signage, open containers and distance from places such as schools, churches and hospitals, officials said.
City Planner Heather Nick said sales are prohibited in residential and restricted professional office areas.
Drive-through sales outlets must be enclosed on at least two sides, and can be located only in areas designated for manufacturing, as allowed by a special use permit, records show.
The ordinance relates to pre-packaged items sold directly to the public and does not affect restaurants and existing uses, records show.
A complete overview of the changes can be viewed at www.cityoftyler.org.