Denver Motor Vehicle Branches Closed for In-Person Transactions Starting Nov. 23
All 5 Denver Motor Vehicle branches will be closed to the public starting Nov. 23. Residents with registrations/tags that expired prior to November will be served in-person through the end of the week (Nov. 20).
Residents may complete most transactions by mail, phone, or here on denvergov.org/dmv. Residents are strongly encouraged to use online and mail options due to very high call volumes.
Denver Police Department officers and Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Right of Way Enforcement agents will not enforce expired tags in Denver beginning Mon., Nov. 23 until further notice.
2020 Furlough Day Closures:
In addition to regular holiday closures, all Denver Motor Vehicle staff will be out of the office on the following days due to a citywide furlough:
The Denver County Motor Vehicle Department will assist Denver County residents with the replacement of lost, stolen or damaged plates and/or placards. If you are not a Denver County resident, please visit the State of Colorado DMV website to locate your branch office.
All vehicles are required by Colorado State law to have both a front and back plate.
Depending on the type of vehicle, there will be a nominal fee for any plate replacement.
|Regular Colorado Plates (two plates) cars, trucks, etc.||$8.06|
|Regular Colorado Plate (single plate) trailers, heavy eqt.||$6.17|