Services Available at our location
Services NOT Available at Sherburne County Government Center:
Minnesota Driver's License Manuals:
As part of a new green initiative, Driver's License Manuals are now available online, exclusively.
Use the links below to view an entire manual in English or visit the Department of Public Safety website for other options.
Driver's License Renewal
You must submit your current driver's license. A vision test and photo will be required. Applicants under 18 years of age must have their application signed by their parent or guardian. Your Social Security Number is required on the application.
We cannot transfer an out of state driver's license to Minnesota without additional testing. See New Residents
CDL license holders will be asked to complete a Medical Self-Certification Form and submit an unexpired Medical Examiners Certificate, if applicable. A one-time submission of a citizenship document is also required at this time in order to renew a CDL license.June 25, 2015 Memo from DVS for Proof of Citizenship for CDL Renewals
State Identification Card
You can obtain a Minnesota identification card by completing an application and presenting two forms of identification. A photo and signature will be taken to be included on the ID card. Your Social Security Number is required on the application.
A Reduced Fee Identification Card is available to persons with a physical or developmental disability or qualified mental illness. To qualify, you must submit a completed Eligibility Form .
Visit the Minnesota Department of Public Safety website for more information.
You must submit a valid test score sheet or current permit, and two forms of proper identification. If you are replacing a lost or stolen permit, a vision test will be required. Your Social Security Number is required on the application.
An Instruction Permit is valid for two years from the date of application.
For persons under 18 years of age at the time of the road test, the Provisional License is Phase 2 of the GDL system. This license is valid for two years from the application date and has restrictions regarding nighttime driving and passenger limitations that do not apply to a full driver's license. See the Minnesota Driver's Manual for additional information.
To qualify for the Provision License:
Applicants under 18 years of age must have the application signed by a parent or guardian. Your Social Security Number is required on the application.
Driver's License or ID Duplicate/Replacement
When a card is lost, damaged, destroyed, or no longer accurate, an application must be completed for a duplicate or replacement card. Identification requirements will apply if there is a name change. A vision test is not required. Applicants under 18 years of age must have the application signed by a parent or guardian. Your Social Security Number is required on the application.
Do you have proper identification?
View the Identification Requirements as published by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Enhanced Driver's License or Enhanced Identification Card
**NOT available at Sherburne County Government Center**
Minnesota residents are now able to apply for an enhanced version of their driver's license or identification card that will allow re-entry into the United States via land and sea from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda or the Caribbean. In addition to serving as a driver's license or ID card, the enhanced driver's license (EDL) and the enhanced identification card (EID) are among the federally-approved border-crossing documents required under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative. An EDL/EID is not valid for international air travel.
The cards must denote citizenship and identity and contain technology and security features approved by the secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security. Only Minnesota residents who are also United States citizens and at least 16 years of age may apply for an EDL or EID. An EDL/EID must be mailed to the Minnesota residential address that appears on the EDL/EID card. The fee for an EDL or EID is $15 in addition to the fee required for your driver's license or non-driver photo ID card transaction.
For additional information regarding documentation required and a list of the 14 exam stations where EDL/EID are able to be processed, visit the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.