COLORADO — The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles announced 10 driver license offices will be opened on May 6 to those with appointments only.
The DMV said this is part of its second phase in reopening and offer services to Coloradans, according to a release. The 10 offices that will be open are:
- Canon City
- Fort Collins
- Grand Junction
You will be able to schedule an appointment starting Monday, May 4, for these 10 locations by calling (303) 205-5613 opt. 4 or (303) 205-2335 for CO-RCSA services. Nine other offices will open May 4 and also assist Coloradans on an appointment basis. The nine offices include Colorado Springs and Pueblo and they will offer driver services on May 11.
Though these offices are opening, the DMV is encouraging those to make an appointment if they fall under these categories:
- Initial issuance of driver licenses, identification cards and instruction permits
- Some driver license or identification card renewal customers who are ineligible to renew online
- Instruction permit holders who need to take the written test
- Our driver license offices will not be offering drive tests at this time. Please contact one of our third-party school partners [drive.google.com] for drive testing.
- Instruction permit holders who are ready to upgrade to a driver license
- Coloradans needing CO-RCSA services (please call 303-205-2335 for CO-RCSA services)
- Coloradans seeking a state-issued driver license or ID card for the first time, including those transferring a credential from another state or country (first-time applicants are encouraged to start the process on myDMV.Colorado.gov [mydmv.colorado.gov] to shorten the duration of the visit)
The DMV said they will not accept walk-in appointments and those who are coming in for appointments are required face masks. They will also be screened with a laser thermostat before they enter the building and have to answer a COVID-19 questionnaire.