DMV moving Northglenn office, teams with Adams County to create DMV one-stop experience

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Adams County residents will be able to renew driver licenses, vehicle registrations in one building

LAKEWOOD, Monday, JULY 10, 2023 -- Adams County residents have reason to cheer because they will soon be able to DMV in one stop.

The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is moving its Northglenn Driver License Office two miles west to an office suite inside the Adams County Western Services Center at 12200 Pecos St. in Westminster.

The new State driver license office at Adams County Western Services Center will offer licensing services starting Monday, July 17, and will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. After midday Thursday, July 13, the DMV will no longer operate at 11900 N. Washington St. in Northglenn.

The new office will offer all driver license services, such as license and identification (I.D.) card renewals, endorsements, instruction permit tests and more.

While the new driver license office will serve all Coloradans, its convenient location makes it a DMV One Stop for Adams County residents. A DMV One Stop is when state driver license and identification services are within walking distance of county motor vehicle services.

In Colorado, the state DMV offers licensing and I.D. card services while each county provides motor vehicle services, such as registration and license plates, to their residents. Driver license offices and motor vehicle offices are rarely offered in the same building unless both are operated by a county.

The move will provide tremendous service benefits to Adams County residents, while still ensuring all Coloradans have convenient access to licensing services.

This office is just the latest service innovation from the DMV. Whether it’s online services like renewals and instruction permit tests, vehicle registrations in under two minutes at conveniently located MV Express Kiosks or pleasant and quick service in an office, the Colorado DMV is driven to serve Colorado.

The DMV is committed to providing services for all Coloradans where they are needed most, whether it’s in-office, online or on the go. Visit to find out how you can DMV anywhere. Yes, anywhere. 

For information about Adams County Motor Vehicle Services, please visit