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All applicants must meet the requirements for a
weapons permit before a permit will be issued. Prior to receiving the
application, the applicant must have completed an 8-hour course from
community college or the Yolo Sportsmen’s Safety Course. The
applicant must live in Yolo County at least one year.
(This residency requirement could probably be successfully challenged in court.) After the
applicant has completed the required course, he or she may pick up an
application in person at the front counter of the Yolo County
Sheriff’s Administration Building.
Weapons permits are available at the Yolo
County Sheriff’s Administration Building, located at 2500 East Gibson
Road, Woodland, Ca, on Thursdays by appointment only.
When the application is completed and returned
to the front counter, the Detective Sergeant will process the
application. A background check will be performed and an interview
appointment will be set up. At that time the applicant will be
fingerprinted via Livescan, and the initial permit fee will be due.
Once a response has been received from the Department of Justice, a
Records Clerk will telephone you with a time to issue your permits.
Initial fees for a weapons permit are $216.00,
payable by cash or check.
A renewal of your permit must be made every two (2) years. Renewal
fees for an already existing permit are $90.00, payable by cash or
check. Contact the main office at (530) 668-5280 for additional information
and a permit application.
If you want to voluntarily register your
firearm, this can be done at any law enforcement agency.
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