Centennial Driver License Office open to serve Coloradans who have appointments

 

DENVER, Tuesday, OCTOBER 6, 2020 -- Centennial’s new State driver license office is open and ready to serve Coloradans who have appointments at its new location, 5120 E. Arapahoe Road.

The new location, which is just about five miles from its previous office at 311 E. County Line Road in Littleton, will continue to offer the same great services Coloradans have come to expect, including the issuance of driver licenses, instruction permits, identification cards, and more. 

The move is part of the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) ongoing efforts to improve facilities and customer service.

While the new location is bigger and allows for greater social distancing, the DMV requires appointments. To make an appointment at the new location in Centennial, visit myDMV.Colorado.gov.

Coloradans who have not visited a driver license office since COVID-19 should be aware of the DMV’s current health precautions, which include requiring face masks and screening both customers and staff for COVID-19 symptoms before allowing entry into the office. 

Customers and staff who fail the screening or refuse to wear a mask will not be allowed entry into the office. Customers with medical conditions who are unable to wear a mask, should call the appointment line at 720-295-2965 for accommodations. 

However, many Coloradans don’t need to visit a driver license office to receive the essential licensing services they need because the DMV offers more than 30 services online. Visit myDMV.Colorado.gov to renew driver licenses, identification cards and motor vehicle registrations, and more. So next time you need to visit the DMV, #SkipTheTripCO with myDMV.Colorado.gov.

For more information, visit www.Colorado.gov/DMV.