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Once you have your Change of Address – FORM 3575 completed (if you use our service the completed form will be in your email) you can take it to one of the Colorado post offices shown below OR you can put it in an envelope, place a stamp on it and address it to:
United States Postal Service
If you’re new to Colorado, or you have moved within the state, you need to update your address with the Department of Revenue Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
On this page, you’ll find information on how to change your address with the DMV, update your vehicle’s title and registration, and request a new driver’s license or ID displaying your new address.
When you change your address within Colorado, you should change your address with the DMV as soon as possible. You can do so online, in person, or by mail.
Changing your address with the CO DMV does not change your information on your vehicle registration. For more information, see the Change Your Colorado Registration Address section below.
Once you’ve changed your address with the CO DMV, you can either:
Print your own label showing your new address and attach it to the back of your CO driver’s license or ID card.
Or apply and pay for a replacement CO driver’s license or ID card.
To change your address online, visit the CO DMV’s Driver’s License and State ID address change website.
You’ll need to provide your:
- Customer identifier number.
- Date of birth.
- Social Security number (SSN).
- New address.
- Mailing address.
Change Address in Person
To change your address in person, visit your local Colorado DMV office in person and bring a completed Change of Address (DR 2285).
Change Address by Mail
To change your address by mail, send the completed Change of Address (DR 2285) to:
Department of Revenue
Division of Motor Vehicles
Driver Control RM 164
P.O. Box 173350
Denver CO 80217
Change Your Driver’s License/ID Card Address
If you’re 21 years old or older, you can choose to get a new CO driver’s license or ID card showing your new address by completing the license/ID card renewal process, either online, by mail, or in person. If you are under 21 years old, you cannot renew your CO driver’s license or ID card until your 21st birthday. Your updated Colorado driver’s license and ID card will be mailed to you within 30 days of your application.
Renew/Change Address Online
To renew your CO driver’s license or ID card online, visit the CO DMV’s Online Driver’s License and ID Card Renewal website. Be sure to review the eligibility criteria.
Renew/Change Address by Mail
You can renew your Colorado driver’s license or ID card by mail if you:
- Are 21 years old or older.
- Aren’t renewing a CO commercial driver’s license.
- Haven’t changed your name.
- Don’t need a new photo taken.
To check whether you’re eligible to renew your CO driver’s license or ID card by mail, visit the CO Department of Revenue’s website and provide your:
CO driver’s license or ID card number.
Full name as it appears on your CO driver’s license or ID.
Date of birth.