TRINITY COUNTY, Calif. – The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday due to its administration being closed to public walk-in services, residents will not be able to renew their current concealed carry permits (CCW).
This, combined with the inability to complete the state-required renewal qualification certification courses due to on-going shelter in place orders, has created a unique situation, the sheriff's office said.
However, Sheriff Tim Saxon has extended the renewal period for Trinity County-issued CCW permits by 90 days.
“Your permit will be considered valid within Trinity County during this time. This only applies to permits issued by Trinity County," the sheriff’s office said.
This period could be extended if the COVID-19 emergency goes beyond the foreseeable future.
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