LAKEWOOD, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023 — Undocumented Coloradans now have more options when needing to DMV at driver license offices throughout the state.
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is pleased to announce seven more driver license offices and DMV2GO will provide license and ID card services for Coloradans who qualify under the Colorado Road and Community Safety Act (CO-RCSA) of 2013.
DMV2GO is the DMV's mobile office program that helps underserved Coloradans who do not normally have easy access to in-office DMV services. DMV2GO is part of the DMV's commitment to serve all Coloradans, particularly those who do not have easy access to DMV services.
With the new additions, the DMV can now serve this underrepresented community in 27 of 36 driver license offices. Appointments and CO-RCSA services are now available at the following offices:
- Boulder - 2850 Iris Ave., Suite F Boulder, CO 80301
- Fort Collins - 3030 S. College Ave., #100 Fort Collins, CO 80526
- Longmont - 917 S. Main St., Suite 600, Longmont, CO 80501
- Loveland - 118 E. 29th St., Ste F, Loveland, CO 80538
- Gunnison - 302 N. Main Street Gunnison, CO 81230
- Frisco - 37 County Rd 1005 Frisco, CO 80443
- La Junta - 13 W. Third St. Ste 101, Otero County Courthouse, La Junta, CO 81050
Alamosa, Aurora, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Denver NE, Durango, Fort Morgan, Glenwood Springs, Golden, Grand Junction, Greeley, Lakewood Westgate, Lamar, Montrose, Northglenn, Parker, Pueblo, Sterling and Westminster driver license offices already provide these services.
The Colorado Road and Community Safety Act (CO-RCSA SB 13-251), implemented on Aug. 1, 2014, allows undocumented or temporarily legal U.S. residents to obtain a driver license, instruction permit or identification card.
Undocumented residents can schedule an appointment by calling 303-205-2335 or by visiting DMV.Colorado.gov/AppointmentScheduling.
The DMV works with nonprofit organizations throughout the Centennial State to help ensure Coloradans seeking a standard license have the resources needed to be issued a credential. These nonprofit groups help schedule appointments and ensure applicants have the documents needed to start the licensing process. A list of these nonprofit organizations is at DMV.Colorado.gov/nonprofit-co-rcsa-partners.
By expanding the number of offices offering CO-RCSA services, more Coloradans have better access to training and licensing services, helping to ensure all Colorado motorists are licensed and able to obtain motor vehicle insurance. This will help make driving safer for all Coloradans.
Visit DMV.Colorado.gov for more information on Colorado Road and Community Safety Act services.
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 DMV.Colorado.gov/Anywhere to find out how you can DMV anywhere. Yes, anywhere.