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Marysville, CA 95901
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Concealed Weapons Permit


Basic Requirements for CCW Permit Applicants

  • Be a resident of Yuba County
  • Be a legal resident of the United States
  • Complete the California DOJ Standard Application for a License to Carry a Concealed Weapon
  • Provide documentation of successfully passing a course of training as described in Section 23165 of the Penal Code from one of our approved course instructors
  • Pay required fees

2013 DOJ Standard Initial Application to Carry a Concealed Weapon - Download PDF

Approved Course Instructor List - Download PDF

Process for Applying for an Initial Permit

  1. Thoroughly read the “Standard Application for License to Carry a Concealed Weapons (CCW)”.
  2. Complete Sections 1, 2 and 3 and also Section 7 of the application.
  3. You may return your completed application to the Live Scan Operator located in the the Sheriff’s Department lobby on the first floor of the courthouse, Monday OR Thursday, between the hours of 1-4 p.m.; at which time you will be required to pay a non refundable portion of your fees in the form of exact cash or a check made payable to the Yuba County Sheriff's Department and submit your fingerprints via live scan to the Department of Justice for a background check pursuant to Section 26185 and 26190 of the Penal Code.

    All other CCW related business (providing additional paperwork, picking up permits, etc.) may be conducted at our Records Window located on the third floor of the courthouse, Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or by appointment.

  4. Upon receipt of the report of your background check from the Department of Justice, a representative from our office will contact you to set up an appointment for an interview. You will need to bring your weapon(s) to this interview to be verified.
  5. After your interview, pursuant to Section 26202 of the Penal Code, you will receive written notification stating if a determination of good cause has been made regarding the issuance of a CCW permit to you or if your application has been denied. If the determination of good cause has been made you will then be required to provide proof of successfully passing a course of training as described in Section 26165 of the Penal Code from one of our approved instructors. A list of approved course instructors is available on request from our Records Department or click the link above.
    • Please note that course certificates must provide the following iformation for each weapon listed on the permit: manufacturer, serial number, caliber, model and type (semi-automatic or revolver).
  6. Once you have successfully completed the course of training, you will need to bring your certificate (or a copy) to our Records Window so we may complete the process for your permit.
  7. When the final process has been completed, you will receive a phone call advising you when your permit will be available for pick up at which time your remaining fees will be collected. You may pick up your permit at your convenience Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at our Records Window.

Process for Renewing a CCW Permit

  1. To renew your concealed weapons permit, please bring the following items to the Records window at the Sheriff’s Department any time during our normal business hours.
    • Your existing permit
    • A qualification certificate from one of our approved course instructors indicating you have successfully qualified with each weapon you would like on your new permit
    • We will also ask you to verify/update your personal information (address, employment, etc.) at this time.
  2. Once the process for your renewal permit has been completed you will receive a phone call advising you that your permit is available for pick up at your convenience during normal business hours.
  3. When you pick up your permit you will need to pay the proper fees in the form of exact cash or a check made payable to the Yuba County Sheriff's Department.

Complete Copy of Applicant Guidelines - Download PDF

Additional Information

  • Applicants will be allowed a maximum of 3 weapons on their permit.
  • Modifications to add/delete weapon(s) to a permit will not be allowed within 90 days immediately following the date the permit is issued or the 90 days prior to the permit expiring.
  • Course certificates more than 6 months old will not be accepted; applicants will need to re-take the course.
  • Permits expired for less than 90 days, will require a 4-hour firearms course.
  • Permits expired for longer than 90 days, will require an 8-hour firearms course.
  • Permits that have been expired for over 3 years will require the applicant to complete a new CCW application, provide certification of an 8-hour firearms course and have an interview with one of our department staff before the permit will be renewed.

Contact Information and Hours

Yuba County Sheriff’s Department
215 5th Street, Suite 150
Marysville, CA 95901
530-749-7777

*Our Records window is located on the 3rd Floor of the Courthouse

Initial Permits: Applications for initial permits may be turned in at the Records window Monday OR Thursday, between the hours of 1-4 p.m.

All Other CCW Related Business: Normal business hours; Mon – Fri , 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Fees and Method of Payment Options

Initial CCW Permit Fees: $205.00
Renewal CCW Permit Fees: $60.00

We accept payment of fees via exact cash or personal check or money order made payable to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department.