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Renewal of Existing Permits

Step 1 - Download and complete the Renewal CCW Application.CCW Renewal Application  

Step 2 - Attend a 4 hour renewal course from an instructor from our list. You will be required to qualify with each weapon you intend to list on your permit.

Step 3- Renewals are processed at 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.

During your Walk-in appointment, you must bring a photo copy as well as the original documents listed below:

A completed Renewal Application
Valid CA ID
Verification of residence, IE a current utility bill in your name
Certificate of training for a 4 hour renewal course

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.