Motor Vehicle

The Motor Vehicle Division assists the citizens of Broomfield County with vehicle titling, registration, handicap placards and temporary permits.

Driver’s Licenses
Driver's licenses are issued by the Colorado Department of Revenue.

Online Plate Renewal

Renew your plates through

MV Express Kiosks 



Broomfield residents can now renew license plates at 18 kiosks in 12 Colorado counties, including the new kiosk at Paul Derda Recreation Center! Renewing your license plates in Broomfield and in Colorado just got a lot easier with the new self-service technology expanding to allow cross-county transactions.  If you live in one county, but work, shop, go on vacation, or attend college in another participating county, you can use any kiosk along the way to renew your license plate. You can  walk away with your vehicle tabs in minutes.

The kiosks are available only to residents of Arapahoe, Adams, Boulder, Broomfield, Douglas, El Paso, Freemont, Jefferson, La Plata, Larimer, Mesa and Weld counties. However, more counties may authorize kiosk transactions for residents later this year.  View locations and read more information.

The self-serve kiosk in Broomfield at the Paul Derda Recreation Center, 13201 Lowell Blvd. is available during the recreation center's hours of operation.  No lines, no wait, no fuss! 

The kiosks accept checks or credit cards only. No cash. View video.

Questions - Motor Vehicle Renewal Kiosk

Secure and Verifiable Identification

Secure and Verifiable Identification is required to obtain:
  • Duplicate Titles (purchased after 7/1/06)
  • New Handicap Placards
  • New Registrations
  • New Temporary Registration Permits
  • New Titles
The named owner or applicant must present their Secure and Verifiable Identification to the Motor Vehicle technician. If the named owner has asked someone else to complete the transaction on their behalf, a DR2175 Non-Secure Power of Attorney Form must be completed and notarized. The person completing the transaction on the owner/applicant's behalf must also present their secure and verifiable identification.

Acceptable forms of Identification
Please access the list from the State of Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles forms of acceptable secure and verifiable ID's.

Online Address Change
Click here to change the address on your vehicle registration with our office if the following apply to you:
  • You are a new Broomfield County resident whose vehicle is currently registered in another Colorado county.
  • If your vehicle is currently registered in Broomfield County and you moved to another residence in Broomfield County.
Colorado Revised Statute 42-6-139 requires that motor vehicles be registered in the county where you reside. If you do not reside in Broomfield County, please contact the motor vehicle office in the county where you reside to change your motor vehicle registration address.

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