Effective March 23 (because we need time to implement), more people will be able to renew their driver license or ID card online. We temporarily suspended laws and rules that: Require residents to visit an office to renew every other time.
While most vehicle and vessel licensing offices remain open across the state, there are some with closures, limited services, or adjusted hours of operation. WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: Driver licensing office holiday hours the information on this translated website is unclear, please contact us at 360.902.3900 for help in your language of choice.
Our driver licensing offices will reopen, by appointment only, starting Monday, June 22. We will limit appointments to only people who can’t conduct their business online or can’t get help through our Customer Service Center.
We extended driver licenses and instruction permits expiring March 1 through June 30, 2021 for 180 days. First-time driver license, including knowledge and skills testing (where offered).
Agricultural permit, including knowledge and skills testing (where offered). Please keep in mind that the REAL ID enforcement date is now October 1, 2021.
There will be plenty of time to get a compliant document, such as an EDL or EID, before then. We are working to reopen all our 55 driver licensing offices as fast and safe as possible.
We are basing our decision on the health and safety framework put in place as part of our reopening plan, which is already in use in 7 offices. We are using some health and safety practices at driver licensing offices to reduce the risk of coronavirus spread.
We will screen our employees for symptoms and wear personal protective equipment (PPE). We encourage you to wear a cloth facial covering your nose and mouth.
There will be 6 feet of distance between chairs in our lobby and 6-foot markers outside the main entrance. We appreciate your patience as we work to make our services easier for you to access.
Edited 5 p.m. 6/20/2021: Removed Union Gap from list of opening offices Most Washington residents are now eligible to renew their licenses, identification cards, or vehicle registration online.
Additionally, DOL is also suspending the requirement to visit a licensing office every other renewal. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has announced that the REAL ID enforcement date has been extended to October 1, 2021.
Vehicle licensing offices (Los) are contracted through county auditors and may be open. Los handle vehicle tabs, boat decals, and new license plates, reports of vehicle sale or transfer of ownership, vehicle/boat registrations, trip permits, replacement titles, and disabled parking placards or tabs.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, state DMS nationwide have closed office locations, extended license and registration expiration dates, and/or limited the transactions they are processing. SeattleSpokaneTacomaOlympiaVancouverYakimaBremertonPuyallupBellevueEverett It's easy to get lost in the enchanted mossy forests of Washington State.
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The Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) will begin reopening some of its offices for appointments only on Monday, June 22, following months-long closures to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). © Provided by KING-TV Seattle DOL closed its offices on March 31 in response to the pandemic and moved several of its services online.
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The Washington State Department of Licensing will require a court order before releasing records to federal immigration authorities, the agency announced Monday. “We are completely focused on correcting our processes and rebuilding trust with all Washington residents,” DOL Director Pat Kohler said in a release.
The agency also accepted the resignation of DOL Deputy Director Jeff Severe, who oversaw compliance with the February 2017 executive order. The Department of Licensing will stop giving out personal information to federal immigration authorities unless they have a court order from a judge or magistrate.
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