Disability Parking

Disability Parking


  • You can now request a new placard, renew an existing placard, and manage your account online.
  • A valid Colorado ID or Driver’s License is required to obtain a placard.

Complete the application (form DR 2219) to obtain a disability parking placard or plate. Please note, a licensed physician must sign the application to authorize the use of the placard or plate.

Visit a Boulder County Motor Vehicle location or go online with the following to complete the transaction:

Placards are free of charge. Temporary placards are issued for 90 days.

If Placard holder is not present in office, placard will be mailed to address shown on the application. A Power of Attorney may be used to receive a placard if holder is unable to be present in office.

Renewing Temporary Placards

Renew a temporary placard by completing a new application. A licensed physician must sign the form authorizing the use of the placard.

Submit the application by visiting a Boulder County Motor Vehicle location, going online or by mail.

Renewing Permanent Placards or Plates

The county will mail a notice to the address on file when the placard or plate needs to be renewed. Complete the self-certification at the bottom of the renewal and return the notice by mail, online or by visiting a Boulder County Motor Vehicle location.

If returning your renewal notice by mail, make sure to included your identification information and have that witnessed by someone other than yourself.

Mail to:

Boulder County Clerk & Recorder
1750 33rd Street #100
Boulder, CO 80301

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