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The following changes will take effect Monday, November 23:

  • Fruita MV Satellite Office will be closed to the public (The City of Fruita has closed the building to the public).
  • Clifton MV Satellite Office will be closed to the public but will become a call center to support appointments at the Central Services Building.
  • Main MV at Central Services Building will be open to the public by appointment only.  Call (970) 254-4131 between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to make an appointment.

To contact the Mesa County Motor Vehicle Office, please call (970) 244-1664 or e-mail

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Tips for a shorter wait:

  • On-Line Services to Skip the Trip! - Over 30 Driver's License and Motor Vehicle services offered
  • Please take your number prior to the last ticket issuance for each office to receive same day service
  • Avoid our office and renew your registration out of the office: 
  • Plan your visit for mid-week, mid-month, or in the morning




Main DMV Office (Mesa County Central Services Building)
200 South Spruce Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
First hour reserved for at risk individuals
M - F; 8AM - 5 PM (last ticket issued at 5 PM)
By Appointment Only

Clifton DMV Satellite Office (Peach Tree Shopping Center)
3225 I-70 Business Loop Unit A2
Clifton, CO 81520
First hour reserved for at risk individuals
M - F; 8 AM - 5 PM (last ticket issued at 4:30 PM)

Fruita DMV Satellite Office (Fruita Civic Center)
325 East Aspen Avenue
Fruita, CO 81521
First hour reserved for at risk individuals
T & Th; 8 AM - 4:30 PM



If you pay by check, READ OUR POLICY. Versión en español aquí.


Are you considering purchasing a used vehicle? Check the VIN number to make sure it isn't stolen. Colorado Bureau of Investigations has a quick and easy portal for you to use.

**Mesa County does not issue Driver's Licenses.**

For Driver's License info, please visit the Colorado Department of Revenue's website.

Warning: Unofficial DMV websites try to represent the state and county level DMVs and contain information that is similar but not approved by Mesa County. Some unofficial websites may also ask for your personal information and in some cases may ask for financial information. Please use caution before providing personal information to any unofficial website.