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Pop Up Driver License Office in Meeker cancels March and April dates; May currently planned
Driver License Operations Manager Lori Daigle helps a Rio Blanco County resident with the vision-screening station as Licensing Technician Barbara Huerman administers the screening at the Pop Up Driver License Office in the Rio Blanco County Courthouse in Meeker. The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles worked with Rio Blanco County officials to bring the Pop Up Driver License Office to Meeker. (Derek Kuhn/DMV Communications)
MEEKER, Tuesday, March 17, 2020 -- In an effort to protect customers and Division of Motor Vehicle team members, the DMV has canceled the Pop Up Driver License events in Meeker on March 19-20 and April 16-17.
Currently the DMV plans to host its next Pop Up Driver License Office from May 7 to 8 at 555 Main St. in space provided by Rio Blanco County.
The Pop Up Driver License Office was first opened Feb. 20-21 and during its eight hours of operation, issued or renewed 46 identification cards and driver licenses.
Coloradans are strongly encouraged to use DMV online services during this time. At
, Coloradans can use any of its 35 online services, such as:
Request a Driver Record
Pay citation (traffic ticket)
Begin application for a new driver license or ID
Renew a driver license or ID (if eligible)
Pay a reinstatement fee
Change driver license or ID address
Exchange driver license or permit for an ID
Extend an expiration date, if eligible
Reschedule a hearing
Check where your driver license or ID card is
The cancellations are part of the State’s COVID-19 response and come on the heels of Gov. Jared Polis’ direction to close all of the Department of Revenue offices, including the DMV, to public contact.
The cancellations are part of the DMV’s continued effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Previous measures include:
Drivers 65 and older can renew online:
Coloradans 65 and older may renew their driver license online at myDMV.Colorado.gov. Previously, Coloradans older than 65 were only able to renew their driver license or ID card by visiting an office or renewing by mail. Online renewals for those 65 and older will remain in place until the emergency order is lifted. There are a small number of customers who may have additional restrictions because they have renewed online twice before. The DMV will work with these customers on an individual basis to renew their credential without visiting an office.
Vehicle registration waivers:
The state is permitting counties to waive late fees for vehicle registration and renewals. This is in effect for the period of the Governor’s emergency order. Customers are encouraged to utilize online services to complete eligible transactions.
Coloradans who have questions about DMV services should call 303.205.5600. Customers with questions about CO-RCSA services should call 303.205.2335. Please note that due to the number of questions we are receiving, our phone waits may be longer than normal.
The DMV appreciates Coloradans patience as it works to provide the best service possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles offers 35 online services at mydmv.colorado.gov. Renew your driver license, renew your motor vehicle registration, get a driving record and more!