From the desk of: Larry Purdy Chief of Investigations DMV Business Regulation

Under the Governor’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” Executive Order, Oregon DMV is implementing changes to its in-person services beginning Wednesday, March 25. Only six offices will be open for DMV business. This will be by appointment only, for commercial driver knowledge tests and commercial driver license issuance. Most DMV services remain available through and through the mail.

DMV Field Offices will not be accepting transactions during this time. You can still submit your transactions through the mail to DMV HQ, and Vitu members will be still be able to utilize their services.

The DMV Business Licensing office also will close to in-person visits beginning Wednesday, March 25th. Temporary and Trip Permit books can be ordered, and certificate renewal applications will be accepted through the mail. Limited staff will be working and can be reached at 503-945-5052 for assistance.

Please refer to Executive order 2020-12 to determine whether your business is required to close, as DMV staff are not able to make that determination for you:

Please understand that the current situation is extremely fluid, and changes are made rapidly with little notice. Updated information is available on ODOT’s COVID-19 response at:

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