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NOTICE – March 17, 2020

Consistent with guidelines issued by the White House and Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Douglas County has closed most County buildings effective March 17. County departments and offices will be staffed to support county operations. County services will continue during this closure, the duration of which has yet to be determined.

  • All eligible citizens age 21 and older may renew vehicle registration online. (Previously restricted to 21-65 years of age.)
  • Visit mydmv.colorado.gov for online motor vehicle services. This is a trusted and verified Colorado State website. (Beware of third-party sites that charge extra fees for these services.)
  • Counties may waive late fees for vehicle registration and renewals during the period of the Governor’s emergency order.
  • The Douglas County Driver License office is closed to the public and the following services are NOT available: Driver License and ID services

 

Renew license plates online

Douglas County Motor Vehicle offices can only titleregister and renew vehicle registrations for Douglas County residents.  If you do not live in Douglas County, please contact the Motor Vehicle office for the County in which you reside.

Whether you’re new to Douglas Countybuying or selling a vehicle, registering a vehicle for the first time or renewing your license plates and registration, we offer several convenient locations to provide you service.  And options to fit your busy schedule – in person, online, by mail and Motor Vehicle Kiosks.  Whichever way you decide to renew, make sure to have a copy of your current auto insurance and an emissions test (if required). Get an estimate of your vehicle registration fees online (this is not applicable for renewals).  Find approved Motor Vehicle forms for your use.  You can easily add or change a vehicle address. Need information for a Driver License or Douglas County issued Traffic Ticket?

Are you a Douglas County business owner with one or more vehicles registered in the business name? If so, Douglas County’s new by appointment’ Motor Vehicle service was created with you in mind.

Are you a member of the Armed Forces?  We have information for you on Military Exempt License plate issuance and if you’re stationed in Colorado on a temporary basis.

Motor Vehicle staff is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. to assist you with all of the above and lost or stolen vehicle documents or license plates, handicap placards and temporary tags.  Douglas County Motor Vehicle offices accept payment in the form of credit card, cash, and check.