Sherburne County Driver’s License office is open for Appointments only
How Minnesotans can help reduce the spread of COVID-19
- Don’t rush to an office right away if you don’t need to.
- Early renewals to upgrade to a Minnesota REAL ID or enhanced driver’s license or ID card should not be done at this time. The REAL ID deadline is extended to Oct. 1, 2021.
- DVS offers a number of online services. Visit drive.mn.gov to find out if you can complete your transaction online before you visit offices.
- If your license expired during the peacetime emergency, you have until two months after the month the peacetime emergency ends to renew.
DPS-DVS will automatically extend the expiration to Nov. 30 for any driver’s license, ID card or permit that would have expired between March 13 and Oct. 31. If the COVID-19 peacetime emergency is extended past Sept. 11, the extension will also be extended.
This extension is for any valid driver’s license, instruction permit (including commercial learner’s permits), provisional license, operator’s permit, limited license and farm work license.
This includes valid out-state driver’s licenses, ID cards and permits
- Come prepared.
- Please wear a mask.
- Bring the correct documentation
- Bring your own pen
- Fill out your application online before you arrive
- Show up for your appointment or cancel with as much notice as possible if you need to. Cancelling ahead of time allows us to open that appointment to another person who needs it.
REAL ID Update:
Federal REAL ID Enforcement Deadline Extended to Oct. 1, 2021
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending the REAL ID full enforcement deadline to Oct. 1, 2021.
The deadline was originally set for Oct. 1, 2020, but is being delayed by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesotans are encouraged to use the online pre-application tool before they visit their local driver’s license office to ensure they have the required documents.
Every air traveler 18 years of age or older will need a REAL ID, enhanced driver’s license or ID, passport or passport card or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the United States or enter federal facilities beginning Oct. 1, 2021. A standard Minnesota driver’s license will not be accepted for federal use as of that date, but it will still be a valid form of identification and valid for lawful driving privileges.
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
Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
CDL license holders will be asked to complete a Medical Self-Certification Form (PDF) 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.
- Class A regular: $51.00
- Class A under 21: $31.00
- Class B regular / under 21: $43.00
- Class C regular / under 21: $36.00
- Class D regular / under 21: $32.00
- Provisional: $19.25
- Instruction Permit: $15.50
- Motorcycle renewal: $13
- School Bus original/renewal: $4
Driver’s License or Identification Duplicate / Replacement
When a card is lost, damaged, destroyed, or you just have an address change, an application must be completed for a duplicate or replacement card.
Identification requirements will apply if there is a name change. If your name has changed you must change with Social Security first. After it is change you will need to bring in certified document of the name change ex: Marriage, Divorce or Court order documents.
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.
- Duplicate/ Replacement Fee: $17.00
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.