Feb. 12, 2021
SALEM – DMV has closed 21 of its offices and headquarters Friday, Feb. 12, because of inclement weather and road conditions.
As of 8 a.m. Friday, these offices are closed for the day, and others may need to close if weather conditions warrant it:
- Gladstone DMV – 10 82nd Gladstone, Clackamas County
- SE Portland DMV – 8710 SE Powel Blvd. Portland, Multnomah County
- Gresham DMV – 1519 NE 181st Ave, Gresham, Clackamas County
- Mall 205 DMV – 9910 SE Washington St. Portland, Clackamas County
- North Portland DMV – 1186 N. Hayden Meadows Dr. Portland, Multnomah County
- Sandy DMV – 37395 Highway 97, Sandy, Clackamas County
- Beaverton DMV – 10280 SW Park Way, Portland, Washington County
- Hillsboro DMV – 1300 SW Oak St. Suite H. Hillsboro, Washington County
- Downtown Portland DMV – 1502 SW Sixth, Portland, Washington County
- St Helens DMV – 500 N. Columbia River Hwy, Suite 400, St. Helens, Columbia County
- Sherwood DMV– 14240 SW Galbreath DR, Sherwood, Washington County
- Lake Oswego DMV – 3 Monroe Parkway #D, Lake Oswego, Clackamas County
Willamette Valley area
- DMV Headquarters – 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem, Marion County
- North Salem DMV – 955 Lancaster DR NE, Salem, Marion County
- South Salem DMV – 4825 Commercial St. SE, Suite 120, Salem, Marion
- Woodburn DMV – 1575 Mount Hood Ave, Suite 130, Woodburn, Marion County
- McMinnville DMV – 2260 NE McDaniel Lane, McMinnville, Yamhill County
- Stayton DMV – 11656 Sublimity Rd SE, Suite 400, Sublimity, Marion County
- Dallas DMV – 514 E Ellendale, Dallas, Polk County
- Corvallis DMV – 870 NE Circle Blvd, Corvallis, Benton County
- Albany DMV – 2242 Santiam Hwy, Albany, Linn County
- Lebanon DMV – 2485 S 2nd St, Lebanon, Linn County
If the DMV office where you have an appointment must close due to inclement weather conditions, DMV staff will contact you in the next few business days to reschedule your appointment for the soonest possible date. If you have an appointment Friday, then before you go:
- Check OregonDMV.com to see if your office is closed.
- Check your email in case DMV has sent you a message if your office is closed.
- If you wish to reschedule your appointment, please do so at DMV2U.Oregon.gov.
- If DMV must cancel your appointment, we will contact you over the next few business days to reschedule your appointment for the soonest available slot. You may receive a call from DMV which could be coming from a blocked number, please be sure to answer your phone or check your voicemail.
Three-month grace period
Oregon residents with a vehicle registration, permit or driver license expiring between Nov. 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021, have up to three months after their expiration date without being cited by law enforcement for an expired license or tags.
If your registration, permit or license is due to expire soon and your appointment is canceled, you will be covered by the grace period until your rescheduled appointment.
More information on accessing DMV services: https://www.oregon.gov/odot/dmv/pages/covid_alert.Aspx
DMV2U is open 24/7
DMV is adding services available online. Whenever you need a DMV service, first check online to see if you can get it from home or how to make an appointment at DMV2U.Oregon.gov.
The safest travel tip is to avoid driving if possible. If you need to drive anywhere during the storms, be sure to check road conditions first at www.Tripcheck.com.
For DMV media inquiries only contact: David House at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-945-5270.