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Renewal/Existing Permit Info

Renewal/Existing Permit Info

Renewal and existing permit holders can use the information on these webpages to renew licenses, expand/cancel permit areas, add additional class permit types, etc.

Renewal Timeframes

Class A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I, and W permits are required to be renewed annually pursuant to Ohio Revised Code (R.C.) 4303.27. Class C and D permits are renewed on a trimester schedule by county.

Renewal fees vary based upon class of permit.

Application Process

Renewal applications can be submitted through the online portal. Once your permit is available to renew online, the Division will send you an "invitation letter" with information on how to access the renewal portal. Paper applications will be mailed approximately 60 days prior to the permit expiration date to permit holders that did not file in the renewal portal.

 Applications must be filled out in their entirety and signed by the:

  • permit holder if sole proprietor;
  • partner if partnership;
  • corporate officer, 5% or more stockholder if corporation;
  • managing member, individual with 5% or greater membership or voting interest if Limited Liability Company; OR
  • club officer if a D4.

Renewal applications received after 15 days prior to the expiration must submit a 10% penalty fee pursuant to R.C. 4303.271.

Renewal Objections And Notifications

Objections to the renewal of a class C and D permit must be filed 30 days prior to the expiration of the permit by only the legislative authority of the Municipal Corporation, Board of Township Trustees or the Board of County Commissioners pursuant to R.C. 4303.271. In the event an objection is filed, the division shall conduct a hearing to determine whether the renewal shall be denied.

Annually, the Department of Taxation reviews the sales and withholding tax records of all permit holders to determine if the permit holder is delinquent in the payment of their taxes. The division will not renew any permit where tax delinquencies exists after notification by the tax commissioner pursuant to R.C. 4303.271. Permit holders are notified by the Department of Taxation of tax delinquencies three months prior to the expiration of their permit.