COVID-19 NOTICE


Due to COVID19 and the physical distancing requirement, original CPL applications are not available at this time due to the state fingerprint requirement.  When the lobby reopens, original applications will be accepted.

General Information

Learning the laws regulating the use of firearms is a must for responsible ownership. Local regulations differ and laws vary from state to state. Citizens must check with the jurisdiction where the firearm is to be used.

In Washington State, law enforcement agencies are required to follow local, state and federal guidelines when performing the necessary background checks for issuing Concealed Pistol Licenses (CPLs). Due to the detailed nature involved in conducting these background checks, processing times can take up to 30 days (up to 60 days for applicants residing out of state). You will be notified when all required background checks have been completed.

If you reside within the city of Yakima, or are a resident of another state, you may apply for a CPL at the Yakima Police Department. 

 

  • For an ORIGINAL CPL, you will be asked to schedule a fingerprint appointment.
  • If you are applying for a CPL RENEWAL, you may not apply until 90 days prior to the expiration date shown on your current CPL.
  • LATE RENEWAL applications will be accepted up to 90 days after the expiration date shown on the current CPL.
  • If you are a city of Yakima or an out of state resident and your Washington State CPL is lost, stolen or destroyed, you may apply for a REPLACEMENT CPL from the Yakima Police Department regardless of where your CPL was originally issued if you are currently a resident in the city of Yakima.

 

Pricing:

Type of Permit Fee

Original CPL

$49.25
Renew CPL $32.00
Late Renewal $42.00
Replacement CPL $10.00 
  • For credit card transactions a nominal credit card transaction fee will be charged for each transaction. Charges will be viewable prior to transaction completion.
  • Fingerprinting is required for an original Concealed Pistol License. Appointments for fingerprinting are generally available Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays
  • Click the appropriate button on the left of the screen to proceed with an application for a Concealed Pistol License.

 

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CPL Information



Concealed Pistol License Requirements: must meet ALL requirements

Completing the Application

Answering all the questions on this standard application does not guarantee the issuance of a Concealed Pistol License. The determination whether to issue the license is at the discretion of the licensing authority. 

Requirements

The applicant must:

  • be 21 years of age, or older.
  • You must be a citizen of the United States, or a permanent resident alien.
  • If you are a permanent resident, you must provide your original Immigration issued Permanent Resident Card at time of application.
  • You must live in the city of Yakima, or outside of WA state, in the case of non-resident applicants.
  • You must have a current Driver’s License or State ID issued by Washington State or any other state. Passports or Military ID’s are not accepted in lieu of a state issued ID.
  • If you have a Driver’s License or State ID issued by a state other than Washington, you may have a 60 day wait for an original application.

Accepted Froms of Identification

You will need to provide a copy of proof of identification. Accepted photo identification is:

  • A current passport
  • A current Washington state driver’s license
  • A current Washington state identification card
  • Equivalent out of state identification
  • Law enforcement identification
  • Military identification card

You can scan or take a picture of this and upload this as part of the application you submit or upload it via the order tracker - https://yakimapdwa.permitium.com/order_tracker

Qualifications

Conditions that may prevent the ability to obtain a CPL are listed in RCW 9.41.070 and 18 USC Ch. 44

For the full list of current laws and rules regarding firearms, you can visit the Washington State Department of Licensing website or the Washington State Legislature website.


For More Information, Contact:

Yakima Police Department

Address:

Records Unit
200 S. 3rd Street
Yakima, WA 98901

Phone: 509-575-6200
Fax: 509-249-6851

 

 

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