Thursday, July 20, 2017

Mesa County is implementing self-service plate renewal technology

Colorado State Senator Ray Scott and Mesa County Clerk & Recorder Sheila Reiner would like to invite the public to an open house on July 24 at the Motor Vehicle office, 200 S. Spruce St, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., where they will be available to answer questions and demonstrate the features of our new self-service kiosk for renewing license plates.

Governor Hickenlooper signed SB16-138 on May 17, 2016, allowing counties to provide services via self-service kiosks.  The touch-screen terminals allow citizens to walk up, enter information from their vehicle renewal notice, pay the appropriate fees and print their registration and license plate tabs without having to wait in line for service from a deputy clerk.

“I appreciate Senator Ray Scott’s efforts of continuing to conserve taxpayer resources by assisting the public with innovation and efficiency," said Mesa County Clerk & Recorder, Sheila Reiner. “We anticipate that at least 25 percent of the people in our lobby will be diverted to the self-service kiosk. We are hopeful that this will make a significant impact on the wait times.”

For more information on the kiosks, and other ways the public can save time getting services without visiting the office, visit or email

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