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Concealed Carry Marion County Ohio

Marion County Sheriff’s Office
889 Marion Williamsport Rd. E.
Marion, Ohio
740-382-8244

Any questions you can contact Tracie Cline by phone at (740) 382-8244 ext. 309 or by email at tcline@co.marion.oh.us.

Fees MUST be paid by CHECK, MONEY ORDER, or EXACT CASH

Conceal Carry Handgun License

  • Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 9:00am to 3:00pm
  • Will not be accepted any other days (except for ER licenses)
  • Where: Marion County Sheriff’s Office 889 Marion Williamsport Rd. E., Marion, Ohio

Cost:

  • $67.00 Ohio citizen over 5 years
  • $91.00 Ohio citizen less than 5 years

Must Bring:

  1. Valid Ohio Driver’s License or State ID
  2. Completed Application
  3. You can get the application at the Ohio Attorney General’s website or the Marion County Sheriff’s Office
  4. Passport Sized Photo Attached to Application
  5. Original NRA or OPATA Certificate of CCL Training

Concealed Carry Handgun License Renewal

  • Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 9:00am to 3:00pm
  • Will not be accepted any other days (except for ER licenses)
  • Where: Marion County Sheriff’s Office 889 Marion Williamsport Rd. E., Marion, Ohio

Cost:

  • $50.00 Ohio citizen over 5 years
  • $74.00 Ohio citizen less than 5 years

Must Bring:

  1. Valid Ohio Driver’s License or State ID
  2. Completed Application including verification that you re-read the CCW Pamphlet. You can get the application at the Ohio Attorney General’s website or at Marion County Sheriff’s Office

Emergency Carry a Concealed Handgun License

Must meet the following criteria:

  1. 21 Years of Age and Resident of Marion County
  2. Cost: $37 (plus FBI check cost if Ohio citizen less than 5 years)
  3. Documentation as to why they your life is in danger (copy of CPO, TPO or police reports)
  4. Sworn Affidavit
  • Temporary License is good for 90 days
  • You can get the application at the Ohio Attorney General’s website or at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office
  • Temporary License is not renewable

*Information obtained from Marion County Sheriff’s Website on 04/24/2013

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