- 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 to obtain a disability parking placard or plate. 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:
- Secure and Verifiable ID
- Completed application
- Payment for license fees and ownership taxes if obtaining a license plate
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.
Boulder County Clerk & Recorder
1750 33rd Street #100
Boulder, CO 80301