Bloomington Motor Vehicle office open by appointment
The City Council voted to reopen the Motor Vehicle Office in May following Governor Tim Walz’s Stay Safe MN order. The City implemented health and safety measures to keep visitors safe, such as running at 50% capacity with every other counter open. Motor Vehicle services are now provided by appointment only, except tab renewals. Appointments are posted on the City’s website every Thursday for the following week at blm.mn/mv. If you need to process multiple transactions, call 952-563-8714 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday to make an appointment. Tab renewals are accepted via drop box or mail only. For more information, visit blm.mn/mv or call 952-563-8719.
Minnesotans can seek service from any Motor Vehicle office in the state, regardless of what city or county they reside in. Alternatives to the Bloomington office include:
- A state-run office in Eagan.
- Scott County office in Shakopee.
- Motor vehicle office in Richfield (no Driver’s License services).
Some motor vehicle transactions—such as tab renewals—can be completed online. Check the Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services website at blm.mn/mdvs for details.