Disability Plates and Certificates 

  1. Food Drive Oct 22 - Nov 21

    The License and Passport centers will be holding a food drive again this year! Our locations will be accepting nonperishable food items along with cash donations. All proceeds will go to the Anoka County Brotherhood Council keeping your donations local!
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Disability plates and certificates may be applied for at any Anoka County License Center. The Application for Disability Parking Certificate must be completed and signed by the physician and applicant.

Fees may apply.

The disability placard and/or plates will be mailed to you from the Department of Public Safety.

You will be given a temporary 30 day certificate at the time of application.

If you do not receive your placard/plates within 30 days, please contact:

Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Driver and Vehicle Services Division

445 Minnesota Street
St. Paul, MN 55101-5164
(651) 297-3377

TTY: (651) 282-6555
Minnesota Department of Public Safety website