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The following businesses, state agencies and law enforcement proudly accept the Colorado Digital ID. Many other businesses are accepting Digital ID, as well. Check back often to see the growing list of myColorado Partners.
NEW: Click the green dots on the interactive map below to see where myColorado is accepted near you. Red dots indicate DMV offices. Blue dots indicate police departments.
7-Eleven - Commerce City
Alpine Mountain Properties, LLC - Avon
Booze Brothers Liquor - Greeley
Busby Liquors - Denver
CMC Home Industries - Denver
Crespin Brothers Contracting - Denver
Drive Up Liquor - Pueblo West
E.R. Construction - Colorado Springs
Erives LLC - Aurora
First & Harlan - Lakewood
Forsythe Painting - Pueblo
Gateway Liquor - Loveland
Globe Liquors - Denver
Holiday Inn - Parker
J & A Auto Solutions - Northglenn
JK Liquors - Lakewood
Johns Liquor - Denver
Lamb Transport - Aurora
Living Intentionally Well - Colorado Springs
Log Cabin Liquors - Yuma
Luceros Landscaping and Painting Co., LLC - Colorado Springs
MLM Custom Vinyls - Castle Rock
MM Construction & Roofing - Greeley
Mobil Station - Lakewood
Nazarena's Cleaners - Denver
Nice Time Entertainment - Denver
On The Border - Aurora
On The Go Auto Services - Colorado Springs
Paradise Liquors - Colorado Springs
PJ Construction - Fort Collins
Rachel's Cleaning Service - Pueblo
Rio Grande Liquor - Denver
Risk Based Security - Greenwood Village
Saxon Mtn LLC - Georgetown
Signorelli Enterprises Inc. - Denver
Sirio Latino - Colorado Springs
Soco Web Designs of the Rockies - Colorado Springs
Sustainable Systems of Colorado - Superior
The Gap Bar and Grill - Cheyenne Wells
USA Food & Gas - Northglenn
Wheat Ridge Liquor - Wheat Ridge
Let Coloradans know you accept myColorado and Colorado Digital ID
Don't forget to request a window sticker to proudly display at your business or agency.
Updated State Rules for Digital Identification
Colorado state agencies are updating the official rules for accepting identification to include digital forms of ID. Here are links to the Secretary of State’s web page for recently-updated rules:
For Colorado Liquor Rules identifying digital ID as an acceptable form of identification, visit this Colorado Secretary of State page and reference CCR 203-2, Regulation 47-912 - Identification, paragraph A.
For Colorado Marijuana Rules identifying digital ID as an acceptable form of identification, visit this Colorado Secretary of State page and reference CCR 212-3, 3-405 – Identification, paragraph C.
Visit your normal reference for identification rules as additional updates are in progress.