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Renewal of Existing Permits

What is the process to renew an existing CCW Permit with Placer County? To renew your CCW Permit: YOU MUST TAKE A 4-HOUR CERTIFICATE OF TRAINING QUALIFYING WITH THE GUNS ON YOUR PERMIT. (Please follow step 2 below)

Step 1 - Download and complete the Renewal CCW Application. CCW Renewal Application  and to be submitted upon renewal of permit. Modifications are processed within the Placer County Sheriff’s Records Unit and may be done on a Walk-In basis each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Step 2 - During your "Renew Permit" walk-in, you will need to turn in the following required documents: Completed renewal application, current 4-hour Certificate of Training which includes qualifying guns with serial numbers, and valid identification.
Fees to renew an existing permit will be $77 cash, check or money order payable to "Placer County Sheriff’s Office" to cover DOJ fees and our processing fees.

For further information regarding modifying a CCW Permit, you may contact 530-889-6939.