License Bureau

The Chippewa County License Bureau is responsible for serving the public in the areas of Motor Vehicle, Driver's Licensing, International Registration (Prorate), Fuel Tax Licensing (IFTA), and Department of Natural Resources.

Motor Vehicle

  • Renew Registrations
  • Title Transfers
  • Specialty Plate Applications
  • Mark Vehicle as Sold or Junked

Driver's License

  • Renewals and Duplicates
  • Standard
  • Commercial
  • Real ID*
  • Enhanced*
  • License for All
  • Identification Cards
  • Voter Registration
  • Donor Registration

Save time and Pre-Apply for a Driver's License or ID.

**Real ID and Enhanced Applications are not processed after 3:30 PM**


Both the written test and the road test will need to have appointments.  These appointments can be made either by phone at (651) 284-1234 or online at the Driver & Vehicle Services website.

Every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Wednesday of each month written tests are available from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM.

Current Driver's License manuals can be found at Driver & Vehicle Services website.

Current driver's license and ID card identification requirements can be found on the Driver & Vehicle Services website.  

Disability Permit

  • Renewals
  • Duplicates
  • Initial Applications

Game and Fish Licenses

  • Initial and Duplicates
  • Permits and Passes
  • Fishing, Hunting, and Trapping Licenses
  • Hunting Lotteries
  • Lifetime License Renewals
  • Stamps
  • Shelter Tags
  • Ski and Horse Passes
  • Wild Rice Harvest Permits
  • Safety Training Certificate Duplicates

Department of Natural Resources

  • Renewals, Duplicates, and Transfers
  • Watercraft
  • Snowmobile
  • All-Terrain Vehicles - Public and Ag
  • Off-Road Vehicles
  • Off-Highway Motorcycles

International Registration and Fuel Tax (Prorate & IFTA)

  • Renewals and Supplements

** By appointment only between 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM **

Notary Service

Documents can be notarized in our office.  You will need to provide a current photo ID.  Do not sign the document ahead of time.  The document must be signed in front of the notary.