Although their counterparts in the Prothonotary’s office have held Saturday hours two previous times for Passport Acceptance Day, the Lebanon County Sheriff’s office has never opened their doors to the public on a Saturday.
But that will change this Saturday, May 14th.
Speaking on WLBR’s “Talk of the Town” program, Lebanon County Sheriff Jeff Marley announced that his office will conduct a special Saturday session to process applications for Pennsylvania’s License to Carry Firearms, known by many as a Concealed Carry Permit:
Marley said those applying must be at least 21 years old and provide the Sheriff’s office with several pieces of information:
The questionnaire will be submitted to the Pennsylvania Instant Check System (PICS). If no issues are flagged, the applicant’s picture will be taken and they’ll be issued a Concealed Carry Permit that day.
They cost $20 and are payable with cash, check or money order. The Sheriff’s office does not accept credit or debit cards.
Again, those special Saturday hours for the Sheriff’s Department will be from 9:00am to 12:30pm this Saturday at the Lebanon Municipal Building, 400 S. 8th Street in Lebanon.