Masks are mandatory in our downtown location as well as at our AAA office on Westshore Blvd. Customers in those locations will be required to wear a mask. At all other tax collector offices, masks are strongly encouraged for customers regardless of vaccination status. Please note that all our employees are required to wear masks in common areas and while serving our customers. We appreciate your cooperation.
If you need to visit one of our offices you are REQUIRED to Save Your Spot in Line.
Concealed Weapon License Renewal
Renew Your Concealed Weapon License.
Follow these steps to renew your Concealed Weapons License:
Step 1: Provide a valid Picture ID.
Acceptable forms of picture ID include the following:
- Driver License, or
- State Identification Card, or
- U.S. Passport, or
- U.S. Active Duty /Retiree/ Reserve Military ID Card, or
- U.S. Tribal or Bureau of Indian Affairs ID card, or
- Foreign Passport with appropriate immigration documents, or
- An ID Card issued by U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration & Naturalization Service.
Step 2: Required Renewal Information.
Your concealed weapon license number or concealed weapon license renewal notice.
Step 3: Provide Additional documentation if applicable.
Legal name change documentation (i.e. marriage certificate, court records, etc.)
Step 4: Pay applicable fees. Fees to renew Concealed Weapon License.
Step 5: You must save your spot for in-person transactions. Click here for details.
Click on the “Save Your Spot in Line” button in the main menu to reserve a Concealed Permit spot at our North Tampa office.
NOTE: Notary no longer required effective 7/1/16 – Legislation took effect on July 1, 2016 ending the requirement for notarization of all Florida Concealed Weapon or Firearm License renewal applications. Applications continue to be submitted under oath and subject to criminal penalties for falsification or misrepresentation pursuant to Section 837.306, Florida Statutes.
A concealed weapon license that has been expired for longer than six months cannot be renewed. If you fail to renew within that six-month period after expiration, you will have to apply for a new license. You cannot carry a concealed weapon or firearm after your license has expired.
If your Florida Concealed Weapon or Firearm License was issued on or after Wednesday, June 11, 2008, it is valid for a period of seven years. The expiration date appears on the front of your license. If you hold a valid Florida Concealed Weapon or Firearm License issued prior to June 11, 2008, that license is valid for only five years. It will expire on the date that appears on the face of the license. When you renew your concealed weapon license, your new license will be valid for seven years.