Learn more about myColorado™
Features and services available in myColorado:
NEW! Use your Digital ID during traffic stops with Colorado State Patrol
Access the latest COVID-19 updates and helpful resources
Receive notifications about COVID-19 and important state news
Search State of Colorado job listings
Renew your driver license
Search for online state services in one place
Download and use your Colorado Digital ID
Store vehicle registrations and insurance cards in the Wallet
Chat with support staff
Apply for medical, food, cash, and early childhood assistance on Colorado PEAK
Set up your Colorado Digital ID using the myColorado mobile app and your current driver license or state ID card.
Store a digital copy of your auto insurance card and vehicle registration receipt in the Wallet for easy access.*
A free-floating hologram image and the ability to enlarge the Digital ID text when pressed help protect against fraud.
Colorado Digital ID can be displayed without Wi-Fi or cellular service if you have completed the setup process.
Beginning on October 30, 2019, Colorado Digital IDTM shall be authorized, and may be accepted, as a legal form of personal identification for use in Colorado.
Beginning December 1, 2019, all executive branch agencies may accept Colorado Digital ID as a method to prove a person's identity where a physical driver license or other State identification is currently required.
All state law enforcement agencies, including the Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the Department of Corrections (DOC), are exempt from the directives in the Executive Order. By November 30, 2020, a technical solution shall be provided that allows DPS and DOC and other state law enforcement agencies to accept Colorado Digital ID.
myColorado is a collaborative project between the Governor’s Office, Office of Information Technology (OIT), Department of Revenue (DOR), Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Colorado Department of Public Safety, and Colorado State Patrol. The Colorado Digital ID will evolve over time as national standards are identified and adopted to allow for interstate usage and ensure compliance with federal REAL ID requirements.