Online: To get a Person with Disabilities Placard, go to dmv.colorado.gov/vehicles
You will need a completed Persons with Disabilities Application (Department of Revenue Form DR2219), completed by you and your doctor. You may get the DR2219 Form from any Colorado Vehicle Registration office, your doctor’s office, or online at dmv.colorado.gov/vehicles under Forms. You will also need your US Government issued photo ID.
In Person: Visit a Montrose County Clerk & Recorder Vehicle Registration office near you. Montrose is located at 317 South 2nd Street, or Nucla is located at 300 Main Street.
Be sure to bring your completed Persons with Disabilities Application (Department of Revenue Form DR2219), completed by you and your doctor and a US Government issued photo ID.
Each applicant can have up to two placards, two sets of license plates or one placard and one set of license plates. There is no fee for the placards, however there is a material cost for the Persons with Disabilities license plates. If you want license plates, you must be listed as an owner on the vehicle title and you will need to bring your current registration and proof of insurance.
Note for all online transactions: Be sure to use the State of Colorado’s official websites of dmv.colorado.gov or mydmv.colorado.gov. Never use “.org” or “.com”