You can apply for concealed weapons permits and renewals at our two sheriff’s offices. Please do not bring your weapon.
- Justice Center
Sheriff Tony Spurlock / Undersheriff Holly Nicholson-Kluth
Get a new permit 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays only, except on holidays.
Get a permit renewal 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except on holidays.
- Highlands Ranch substation
Highlands Ranch Substation
Get new permits and renewals 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesdays only.
Get a new concealed weapons permit
The DCSO is committed to preserving citizens’ Second Amendment rights while ensuring community safety and adhering to the law.
To get a new permit:
- Download and print out new permit packet or pick one up from our offices.
- Do not sign the application. You must sign it under oath at the Sheriff’s Office.
- You’re required to turn in your application, supporting documents and payment in person.
- You’ll be photographed and fingerprinted when you submit your application.
- Pay a non-refundable $152.50 fee. That pays for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s fingerprint processing and the sheriff’s services. We accept credit cards, cash and checks made payable to “Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.” Additional fees may apply for credit cards.
- Show proof of residency in Douglas County with a driver’s license, state ID or military ID.
- Present certified training certificates that show you’re competent with a handgun. Note:Web-based handgun safety courses are allowed if the instructor has worked with the students face-to-face to evaluate their safety skills. Hunter safety education courses are not allowed. To check if your class meets the requirements, first ask Concealed Handgun Specialist at 303-814-7660.
Renew your permit
Within 120 days before your permit expires, you’ll be mailed a renewal application for and an affidavit of continued firearms qualification. Complete them and have your signature notarized on both forms. You can also wait to sign and notarize the forms at the Sheriff’s Office for a $5 fee.
It costs $63 to renew your permit. The fee is for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s background check and for the Sheriff’s services. We accept credit cards, cash and checks made payable to “Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.” Additional fees may apply for credit cards.
If you’re still eligible to carry, you’ll get a new permit within 90 days.
Change of address
Need to tell us you’ve moved? Fill out this change of address form and mail it, drop it off or fax it to 303-688-2602.