Driver’s License Regulations for Proof of Address
Certain Driver’s License transactions require two documents that prove your Colorado residential address. Effective October 11, 2017 the Driver’s License services requiring two Proof of Address (POA) forms are:
POA documents may be electronic. The POA, if machine typed or printed in paper form, must include the person’s name, full residential address and be dated within the past one-year period.
Visit the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles for complete information at www.colorado.gov/dmv
Some documents that are acceptable to use for proof of residential address, as provided by the Department of Revenue, are:
Driver’s License Services Provided at all County Motor Vehicle Offices
The following services are provided at each of the Clerk's five Motor Vehicle offices:
Effective December 23, 2014, the BOCC authorized the Clerk’s Office to offer the following three services, with a $5.00 County Service fee in addition to the State fees.
Our offices do not administer written or driving tests, issue new Driver’s Licenses or new Identification Cards, issue new motorcycle licenses (if completed through the State program), process reinstatements, or issue and/or renew Commercial Driver's Licenses (CDL).
Persons Under 21 Years of AgeThe only services offered at our County Motor Vehicle offices for individuals under 21 are replacement of a Driver's License and the replacement or renewal of a State-issued Identification Card.
Change of NameWhen processing a name change, an original legal document authorizing the change is required. Acceptable examples may be a filed certified marriage certificate, filed certified divorce decree or a filed certified court order issued by a state or federal court or government. A name change will require the renewal of your Driver's License.
Lost/Stolen License or IDOur office can replace a lost or stolen Colorado Driver's License or Colorado Identification Card. The license or ID card will be reissued as a renewal license or a renewal identification card when you present a state or county certified copy of your birth certificate or a valid US passport.
If your Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado Identification Card has been stolen and you wish to replace it and obtain a new number, please contact the Colorado Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles.
NOTE: In compliance with the REAL ID Act, applicants for all Driver's License transactions are required to show proof of their residential address (POA). A parent's proof of address indicated on the license is acceptable for a minor child.
For some transactions, two Proof of Address forms are required. They are:
For information on Proof of Address requirements and acceptable documents which may be presented, visit the State Division of Motor Vehicles site.
Obtaining a Colorado Driver’s License
The Colorado Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles, issues Colorado Driver’s Licenses. Information may be obtained online at Colorado Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles.
The local full-service office of the Colorado Department of Revenue is located at 2447 N. Union Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80909. Please call (719) 594-8701 for more information.Identification Requirements are available at the Colorado Department of Revenue.
For information on fees associated with Driver’s License issuance and renewals, please visit the Colorado Department of Revenue site.