Licenses & Permits
COVID-19 Status Update - 7/10/2020 12:00 PM
We are now accepting appointments for additional services in the Deputy Registrar office. See below for a comprehensive list. Please be aware we are not accepting appointments for tab renewals at this time. These will continue to be done via drop box. Should you need to speak with a representative about other options, please call 952-496-8432.
You may make an appointment if your transaction is one of the following:
- Vehicle transfer
- Duplicate title
- Lien release
- Name change on title
- Special plate application or transfer
- Specialty registration such as farm quarters, high/low, partial pay
- Disability certificates or plates
- Marriage Licenses
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Take a look at the certificates and licenses that are related to the births, deaths and marriages within Scott County.
View permits that are related to Buildings within Scott County.
Drivers Licenses & IDs
Residents who want to apply for permits to purchase or transfer handguns must apply in person to the police department in the city in which they live.
Potential foster and adoptive parents go through a similar process to be licensed and approved. Minnesota requires foster parents to meet licensing prior to placement. Scott County may place a child with a relative who is not licensed at the time of placement as long as the relative promptly completes the licensing process and meets the required standards.
The Physical Development Department (formerly Public Works/Highway) administers a permit program with an objective of preventing damage to roadways and maintaining traffic safety and convenience.
Access information to permits at the lake and events.
See the various permits related to motor vehicles within Scott County.
Access information about what it takes to get a passport depending on what your age and citizen status is.
See the various professional licenses that are offered within Scott County.