Using our Drop Box or Mail Service to apply for disability parking certificates or plates is the fastest way to get your transaction completed and is contact free! Appointments are also available.
Walk-in service is available in limited capacity based on staffing levels and appointment cancellations.
Disability Parking Certificate The Application for Disability Parking Certificate must be completed and signed by the physician and applicant. Please view our Disability Certificate Application Guide to ensure all necessary fields are completed. If you are renewing an expiring permanent (six year validity) certificate, submit the renewal card sent by the State of Minnesota or complete the application listed above. The applicant's signature is required, the physician's signature is not required. For all other expiring certificates, (temporary, short-term or long-term), signatures are required from the physician and applicant.
What Will I Pay? Fees may apply and vary depending on the length of validity of the certificate indicated by the physician on the application.
Disability License Plates Disability License Plates are available to individuals who have been issued or are able to receive a permanent disability parking certificate. The Application for Special Plates must be completed and signed by the applicant. If you do not have a permanent disability parking certificate and are able to receive one, a Disability Parking Certificate Application must accompany the plate application.
What Will I Pay? The fee for these plates is $19.
The disability plates and/or placard will be mailed to you from the State of Minnesota. You will be given a temporary 90 day certificate at the time of the application.
If you do not receive your placard or plates within 90 days, please contact the Minnesota Department of Public Safety at 651-297-3377.
Forest Lake License Center
19955 Forest Rd N
Forest Lake, MN 55025
Stillwater License Center
1520 W Frontage Rd
Stillwater, MN 55082
Woodbury License Center
2150 Radio Dr
Woodbury, MN 55125