Use this site to purchase the Colorado Wildlife Habitat Stamp or purchase hunting and/or fishing licenses for the State of Colorado or complete and submit hunting applications for the State of Colorado or update your address/personal information by clicking on the button provided without the purchase of either a license or application or fullfill habitat stamp obligation and pick up awarded license(s)

To use this site, you will be required to complete 4 basic steps:

Step 1: Tell Us Who You Are
Identify yourself, including residency and personal information. If you are an existing CPW customer, you will be able to retrieve current information from the CPW Total Licensing system and simply verify its accuracy. If you know you are in the CPW database, and your record does not come up, please call the CPW for assistance. Once you have completed the customer information section, you will be able to update your address/personal information.

Step 2: Select Products
Select the license(s), stamp(s), and/or applications you wish to purchase. Additional information may be required.

Step 3: Verify Your Selections & Submit Payment
Confirm your selections, choose your delivery method, and provide your payment information. You may use Visa, MasterCard, or Discover to pay for your purchase.

Step 4: Remember to Print Your Confirmation!
This page is your receipt, keep it for your records.
This page is your receipt, keep it for your records.
If you do not wish to purchase your license here, you may visit your nearest Total Licensing Agent or contact Phone Sales.


if you have questions on limited licenses, preference points, or group hunts, you must contact the CPW help line at 303-297-1192. To apply for a Limited License, you must apply online or submit a paper application to CPW. Phone Sales Representatives are not equipped to answer questions regarding limited license applications.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife does NOT charge convenience fees for this, or any other, license purchase. This is the ONLY online license sales site provided directly by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife for its patrons.


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