Lawless said The Ohio Revised Code provides for the renewal of a carry concealed weapon license 90 days before and no later than 30 days after the current license expires.
Lawless said if the licensee fails to initiate the renewal process within the 120-day period, the carry concealed weapon license will expire and no longer will be valid.
The cost of a renewed carry concealed weapon license is $55 for Ohio residents of more than five years, and $79 for Ohio residents who have not lived in Ohio for five years.
Lawless said upon successful completion of the background check, a new license will be issued with the original license number, but with a new date of expiration.
The new date of expiration will be five years from the date of renewal.
During the renewal process, the current license will remain valid, but must be surrendered to the sheriff's office upon issuance of the renewed license.
The original training certificate of competency is valid for license renewal purposes, provided the issue date for the certificate of competency is less than six years before the renewal application date.
To renew the carry concealed weapon license, the applicant must: