Re-Applying for a Concealed Pistol License

Re-applications for CCW/CPLs may be submitted by appointment

COVID-19 Clerk/Register Operating Plan

The Clerk/Register’s office is available to the public in-person by appointment, only, in order to allow us to serve the public while carefully adhering to social distancing guidelines designed to protect the health of the public and staff.

To re-apply for your CPL/CCW: you must submit the application in-person by appointment. Click here to schedule an in-person appointment.

If your concealed pistol license is expired for more than one year prior to the date you are applying or you have been found to be not qualified for a license previously, your application is considered a "re-application" - not a renewal or new application.

If you are attempting to renew a license that is expired one year or less prior to the date of application please see the renewal process

Applicants re-applying must appear at the County Clerk's office before being fingerprinted.

Fees

$100 at the point of application, plus a separate payment of $15 at the point of fingerprinting.

Payment Types Accepted

Cash, Check, Money Order, Credit (Visa, MasterCard & Discover, only)

Re-Application Process

  1. Obtain an application from County Clerk/Register, local police department, Sheriff Department, or online.
  2. Complete Pistol Safety Training Course
  3. Appear in-person and submit completed application and certificate of completion of pistol safety training. Service is currently by appointment, only. Click here to schedule an in-person appointment.

    For Training Certificates issued on or after December 1, 2015, each certificate must contain the following, which shall be printed on the face of the certificate or attached in a separate document: 
    • the instructor’s name and telephone number 
    • the name and telephone number of the organization that has certified the individual as an instructor
    • the instructor’s instruction certificate number & expiration date of that certificate.
  4. Have your fingerprints taken using a LiveScan system. During your appointment at the Clerk’s office you will be provided with options to book a same- or next-day appointment for fingerprinting services through a local vendor. You must attend your appointment at the Clerk's office before having your fingerprints taken. The Sheriff's office has temporarily suspended fingerprinting services.

    You must take the receipt of application received from the County Clerk/Register to your fingerprinting appointment.

After fingerprinting a background check is completed. A letter will then be sent informing applicant of approval or disqualification.

All approved permits are sent through the mail along with the approval letter.

If a permit is lost or stolen, there is a $10 fee for a replacement.