Drivers Licenses & IDs
Appointments for Minnesota Driver’s Licenses and ID cards
Our Customer Service department offers appointments for Minnesota driver’s license and identification card renewals, replacements due to a name change, an address change or if your card was lost or stolen. All driver's license and identification card transactions are required to schedule an appointment for service.
Things you can do to add to the success of your appointment
Any name change
You must update your name with Social Security prior to scheduling an appointment. Make sure to bring your certified name change documents to your appointment.
New or returning resident to Minnesota
You are required to pass the knowledge (written) exam before applying for a Minnesota driver's license. We are not an exam office and do not offer any testing at this location.
Real ID deadline
REAL ID Federal Enforcement Deadline Extended to May 7, 2025
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is extending the REAL ID full enforcement deadline to May 7, 2025. The deadline was previously set for later this year.
"Protecting the health, safety, and security of our communities is our top priority," said DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. "As our country continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, extending the REAL ID full enforcement deadline will give states needed time to reopen their driver's licensing operations and ensure their residents can obtain a REAL ID-compliant license or identification card."
Beginning May 7, 2025, Minnesotans will not be able to use their standard driver's license to board domestic flights or enter federal facilities. Instead, they will need a REAL ID, enhanced driver's license or ID card, passport or passport card or another acceptable form of identification for federal purposes.
You must make an appointment with Scott County Customer Service to to renew your driver's license or state ID.Link to page
Our Customer Service department offers appointments for Minnesota driver’s license and identification card renewals, replacements due to a name change, an address change, or if your card was lost or stolen.Link to page
Obtaining your instruction permit is the first step to becoming a licensed Minnesota driver. Learn how to renew or apply for an instruction permit at the Customer Service counter. Please note that Scott County is NOT a testing site.Link to page
A provisional license is valid for two years from the date of application and has restrictions that do not apply to a full Class D driver's license. Find details on how to apply for a provisional license.Link to page
Enhanced Driver's Licenses and ID Cards
Learn how to apply for an enhanced drivers license or state ID with Scott County Customer Service.Link to page
Real IDLink to page