Our Blaine, Coon Rapids, and Ramsey License Centers are open by appointment only. Columbia Heights and Ham Lake will remain closed for the time being.
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Due to COVID-19, only select license centers are open for face-to-face services. The State of Minnesota is unable to process driver’s license and ID cards at this time. Governor Walz signed a bill into law March 28 that provides an extension for Minnesotans whose driver’s licenses or ID cards expire during the peacetime emergency. The expiration dates are now extended for two months after the month the peacetime emergency ends. Once the license centers open, make sure to fill out the Online Pre-Application to speed up the process.
Many license centers across the state are processing work as long as it can be done without being face-to-face with a customer. Our Coon Rapids and Blaine License Centers will be open for appointment only. Please check the state website here for a list of license centers open with limited services.
At this time, we have six drop boxes available for the public to drop their work off for processing.
1. Coon Rapids License Center
455 99th Ave NW Ste 100Coon Rapids, MN 55433
2. Blaine License Center
10995 Club W Pkwy NE #700aBlaine, MN 55449
3. Ramsey City Hall (Drive-thru behind building on Veterans Drive)
7550 Sunwood Drive NWRamsey, MN 55303
4. Ham Lake License Center
17565 Central Ave NE Ste 330Ham Lake, MN 55304
5. Anoka County Government Center
2100 3rd AveAnoka, MN 55303
6. Blaine Human Service Center
1201 89th Ave NEBlaine, MN 55434
Please allow 1-3 business days for processing.
We are able to process title transfers through any of our drop boxes. Unfortunately, due to the varying nature of these transactions, there is no way to provide a set fee for the transfer. If you are inquiring about this, please call us at 763-324-2100 and we would be happy to give a rough estimate of the cost.