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Before you apply for or renew your driver license at a driver exam station, you may need to get a pre-paid receipt at one of the following county offices. See the Driver License Bureau page for detailed information on exam station locations, hours and services. Further information is also available on the Driver Licensing page.

See the list (PDF) of Montana cities and their counties, county numbers, and zip codes.

County Address Phone
Beaverhead Physical: 102 N Washington St
Dillon, MT 59725
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-683-5821
Fax: 406-683-5693
Big Horn Physical: 121 W 3rd St
Hardin, MT 59034
Mailing: P.O. Box 908
Hardin, MT 59034
Phone: 406-665-9830
Fax: 406-665-9838
Blaine Physical: 420 Ohio St
Chinook, MT 59523
Mailing: P.O. Box 547
Chinook, MT 59523-0547
Phone: 406357-3280
Fax: 406-357-2199
Broadwater Physical: 515 Broadway
Townsend, MT 59644-2397
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-266-3445
Fax: 406-266-3674
Carbon Physical: 17 W 11th St
Red Lodge, MT 59068
Mailing: P.O. Box 828
Red Lodge, MT 59068-0828
Phone: 406446-1221
Fax: 406-446-9005
Carter Physical: 214 Park St
Ekalaka, MT 59324
Mailing: P.O. Box 317
Ekalaka, MT 59324-0317
Phone: 406-775-8735
Fax: 406-775-8750
Cascade Physical: 121 4th St N, Suite 1A
Great Falls, MT 59401
Mailing: P.O. Box 2549
Great Falls, MT 59403-2549
Phone: 406-454-6860
or 406-454-6861
Fax: 406-454-6909
Chouteau Physical: 1308 Franklin
Fort Benton, MT 59442
Mailing: P.O. Box 459
Fort Benton, MT 59442-0459
Phone: 406622-5032
Fax: 406-622-3012
Custer Physical: 1010 Main St
Miles City, MT 59301-3419
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-874-3427
Fax: 406-874-3452
Daniels Physical: 213 Main St
Scobey, MT 59263
Mailing: P.O. Box 37
Scobey, MT 59263-0037
Phone: 406-487-2671
Fax: 406-487-5583
Dawson Physical: 207 W Bell
Glendive, MT 59330-1614
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-377-3026
Fax: 406-377-1717
Deer Lodge County
Physical: 800 Main St
Anaconda, MT 59711-2999
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-563-4051
Fax: 406-563-4047
Fallon Physical: 10 W Fallon Ave
Baker, MT 59313
Mailing: P.O. Box 787
Baker, MT 59313-0787
Phone: 406-778-7109
Fax: 406-778-3209
Fergus Physical: 712 W Main St
Lewistown, MT 59457
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-535-9220
Fax: 406-535-9222
Flathead Physical: 935 1st Ave W, Suite T
Kalispell, MT 59901
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-758-5690
Fax: 406-758-5694
Gallatin Physical: 311 W Main, Rm 104
Bozeman, MT 59715
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-582-3080
Fax: 406-582-3082
Garfield Physical: 352 Leavitt Ave
Jordan, MT 59337
Mailing: P.O. Box 8
Jordan, MT 59337-0008
Phone: 406-557-2233
Fax: 406-557-2323
Glacier Physical: 512 E Main St
Cut Bank, MT 59427
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-873-3625
Fax: 406-873-2125
Glacier Satellite Office Physical: 124 2nd Ave NW
Browning, MT 59417
Mailing: P.O. Box 270
Browning, MT 59417
Phone: 406-338-2389
Golden Valley Physical: 107 Kemp St
Ryegate, MT 59074
Mailing: P.O. Box 10
Ryegate, MT 59074-0010
Phone: 406-568-2342
Fax: 406-568-2428
Granite Physical: 220 N Sansome St
Philipsburg, MT 59858
Mailing: P.O. Box 9
Philipsburg, MT 59858-0009
Phone: 406-859-3831
Fax: 406-859-3262
Hill Physical: 315 4th St
Havre, MT 59501-3900
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-265-5481 Extension 259
Fax: 406-265-5487
Jefferson Physical: 201 W Centennial
Boulder, MT 59632
Mailing: P.O. Box H
Boulder, MT 59632-4149
Phone: 406-225-4100
Fax: 406-225-4104
Judith Basin Physical: 11 3rd St
Stanford, MT 59479
Mailing: P.O. Box 427
Stanford, MT 59479-0427
Phone: 406-566-2277 Extension 111
Fax: 406-566-2211
Lake Physical: 106 4th Ave E
Polson, MT 59860-2189
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-883-7217
Fax: 406-883-7223
Lewis & Clark Physical: 316 N Park Ave, Rm 142
Helena, MT 59623
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-447-8328
Fax: 406-447-8330
Liberty Physical: 111 1st St E
Chester, MT 59522
Mailing: P.O. Box 685
Chester, MT 59522-0685
Phone: 406-759-5455
Fax: 406-759-5455
Lincoln Physical: 512 California Ave
Libby, MT 59923-1942
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-283-2405
Fax: 406-293-7760
Lincoln Satellite Office Physical: 66121 Hwy 37, County Annex
Eureka, MT 59917
Mailing: P.O. Box 2012
Eureka, MT 59917
Phone: 406-297-2984
Fax: 406-297-2767
Madison Physical: 103 Wallace St
Virginia City, MT 59755
Mailing: P.O. Box 247
Virginia City, MT 59755-0247
Phone: 406-843-4210
Fax: 406-843-5261
McCone Physical: 1004 C Ave
Circle, MT 59215
Mailing: P.O. Box 180
Circle, MT 59215-0180
Phone: 406-485-3590
Fax: 406-485-2689
Meagher Physical: 15 W Main
White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645
Mailing: P.O. Box 429
White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645-0429
Phone: 406-547-3641
Fax: 406-547-3388
Mineral Physical: 300 River Rd
Superior, MT 59872
Mailing: P.O. Box 100
Superior, MT 59872-0100
Phone: 406-822-3529
Fax: 406-822-3579
Missoula Physical: 200 W Broadway
Missoula, MT 59802
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-258-4747
Fax: 406-258-4811
Missoula Satellite Office Physical: 3360 Hwy 83 N
Seeley Lake, MT 59868
Phone: None
Musselshell Physical: 506 Main St
Roundup, MT 59072-2498
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-323-2504
Fax: 406-323-3303
Park Physical: 414 E Callender St
Livingston, MT 59047-2799
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-222-4120
Fax: 406-222-4136
Petroleum Physical: 302 E Main
Winnett, MT 59087
Mailing: P.O. Box 226
Winnett, MT 59087-0226
Phone: 406-429-5551
Fax: 406-429-6328
Phillips Physical: 314 2nd Ave W
Malta, MT 59538
Mailing: P.O. Box 49
Malta, MT 59538-0049
Phone: 406-654-1742
Fax: 406-654-2092
Pondera Physical: 20 4th Ave SW
Conrad, MT 59425-238
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-271-4016
Fax: 406-271-4070
Powder River Physical: 101 Main St
Broadus, MT 59317
Mailing: P.O. Box 200
Broadus, MT 59317-0072
Phone: 406-436-2444
Fax: 406-436-2866
Powell Physical: 409 Missouri, Suite 204
Deer Lodge, MT 59722-1084
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-846-9797
Fax: 406-846-3891
Prairie Physical: 217 W Park
Terry, MT 59349
Mailing: P.O. Box 566
Terry, MT 59349-0566
Phone: 406-635-5577
Fax: 406-635-5576
Ravalli Physical: 215 S 4th St, Suite H
Hamilton, MT 59840
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-375-6585
Fax: 406-375-6595
Richland Physical: 201 W Main
Sidney, MT 59270-4035
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-433-1707
Fax: 406-433-6838
Roosevelt Physical: 400 2nd Ave S
Wolf Point, MT 59201-1600
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-653-6239
Fax: 406-653-6202
Rosebud Physical: 1200 Main St
Forsyth, MT 59327
Mailing: P.O. Box 167
Forsyth, MT 59327-0167
Phone: 406-346-7661
Fax: 406-346-7551
Rosebud Satellite Office Physical: Human Services Building
415 Willow Ave
Colstrip, MT 59323
Phone: None
Sanders Physical: 111 Main St
Thompson Falls, MT 59873
Mailing: P.O. Box 519
Thompson Falls, MT 59873-0519
Phone: 406-827-6924
Fax: 406-827-6971
Sheridan Physical: 100 W Laurel Ave
Plentywood, MT 59254-1619
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-765-3414
Fax: 406-765-2318
Silver Bow Physical: 155 W Granite St, Rm 206
Butte, MT 59701
Mailing: P.O. Box 611
Butte, MT 59703-0611
Phone: 406-497-6301
Fax: 406-497-6328
Stillwater Physical: 400 E 3rd Ave N
Columbus, MT 59019
Mailing: P.O. Box 629
Columbus, MT 59019-0629
Phone: 406-322-8020
Fax: 406-322-8027
Sweet Grass Physical: 115 W 5th Ave
Big Timber, MT 59011
Mailing: P.O. Box 888
Big Timber, MT 59011-0888
Phone: 406-932-5151
Fax: 406-932-3026
Teton Physical: Main St Court House
Choteau, MT 59422
Mailing: P.O. Box 428
Choteau, MT 59422-0428
Phone: 406-466-2694
Fax: 406-466-5820
Toole Physical: 226 1st St S
Shelby, MT 59474-1920
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-424-8320
Fax: 406-424-8321
Treasure Physical: 307 Rapelje Ave
Hysham, MT 59038
Mailing: P.O. Box 429
Hysham, MT 59038-0429
Phone: 406-342-5545
Fax: 406-342-5445
Valley Physical: 501 Court Square, #3
Glasgow, MT 59230-2405
Mailing: Same
Phone: 406-228-6229
Fax: 406-228-9027
Wheatland Physical: 201 A Ave NW
Harlowton, MT 59036
Mailing: P.O. Box 6930
Harlowton, MT 59036-6930
Phone: 406-632-4892
Fax: 406-632-4880
Wibaux Physical: 203 S Wibaux
Wibaux, MT 59353
Mailing: P.O. Box 237
Wibaux, MT 59353-0237
Phone: 406-796-2482
Fax: 406-796-2625
Yellowstone Physical: 217 N 27th St, Rm 109
Billings, MT 59101
Mailing: P.O. Box 35011
Billings, MT 59107
Phone: 406-256-2833
Fax: 406-254-7979
Yellowstone Satellite Office Physical: 115 West 1st
Laurel, MT 59044
Mailing: P.O. Box 10
Laurel, MT 59044
Phone: 406-628-1232
Fax: 406-628-9337

Attorney General's Office & Legal Services Division

The Attorney General’s Office, headed by Attorney General Tim Fox, and the Legal Services Division function as the lawyers for the State of Montana. The attorneys in the Office have expertise in a wide range of legal topics and handle a broad range of legal cases involving the State of Montana and its people.


Children’s Justice Bureau

The Children’s Justice Bureau is an agency-wide initiative at the Montana Department of Justice dedicated to IMPROVING how we respond to child victims, DEVELOPING state-of-the-art approaches by keeping up with the newest research and, most importantly, HELPING child victims recover and move on with their lives.


Forensic Science Division & State Crime Lab

The mission of the Montana Forensic Science Division is to use operationally efficient and financially responsible practices as the laboratory provides accurate, objective, and timely forensic analyses to the criminal justice community in order to maximize value to the citizens of Montana.


Missing Persons Clearinghouse

The Missing Children Act of 1985 established a Montana Missing Persons Clearinghouse within the Department of Justice. In March 2008, the department implemented a searchable online database that, for the first time, is updated in real time and includes any photos provided by law enforcement.


Office of Victim Services

The goal of the Office of Victim Services is to provide tools and information to help crime victims recover from their experience and provide them with a range of services available. The criminal justice system can be confusing and intimidating for victims. To assist them as they go through the justice system, the Office of Victim Service is available to answer any questions they may have.


Central Services Division

The Montana Department of Justice’s Central Services Division provides financial and human resources support for the department. We make sure that everything works for the people Working for Justice. If you’re interested in a rewarding career helping protect the rights and safety of all Montanans, we invite you to join our team of over 800 dedicated employees working across the state.


Justice Information Technology Services Division

Our Justice Information Technology Services Division (JITSD) provides vital Information Technology (IT) infrastructure upon which Montanans and local and state law enforcement agencies rely for timely, accurate information. JITSD manages the IT systems, services, and interfaces to support nearly 800 DOJ employees, 325 statewide county motor vehicle system users, and over 3,000 Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN) users across the state.


Division of Criminal Investigation

The Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) at the Montana Department of Justice is involved in many aspects of Montana law enforcement and is integral to the Department of Justice’s mission of promoting public safety.


Montana Highway Patrol

Montana is rich in natural beauty and history. From Glacier Park in the west to Makoshika Park in the east, the men and women of the Montana Highway Patrol are working hard to make your travels safe and enjoyable. The Highway Patrol’s core values are “Service, Integrity and Respect.” These values are reflected in our commitment to public safety through diligent and fair enforcement of our traffic codes.


Montana Law Enforcement Academy

The Montana Law Enforcement Academy is the premier law enforcement and public safety educational and training institution for state, county, city and tribal officers throughout the state. The Academy offers entry-level programs referred to as Basic Programs and advanced training through an array of Professional Development Programs.


Public Safety Officer Standards & Training

The Council was formed in 2007 under 2-15-2029, MCA as an independent Quasi-judicial board. And as allowed by statute the Council adopted Administrative Rules in order to implement the provisions of Title 44, chapter 4, part 4, MCA. Per 44-4-403, MCA the Council is required to set employment and training standards for all Public Safety Officers as defined in 44-4-401, MCA and in addition the Council shall provide for the certification or recertification of public safety officers and for the suspension or revocation of certification of public safety officers.


Motor Vehicle Division

The mission of the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is to identify and promote efficient, cost-effective programs that benefit the interests, safety, and well-being of Montana citizens through licensing, registering, and regulating the motoring activities of the public. The MVD continuously strives for excellence in customer service. Streamlining the way we do business has allowed us to improve our efficiency and make our services more convenient for our customers.


Natural Resource Damage Program

The Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP) was created in 1990 to prepare the state’s lawsuit against the Atlantic Richfield Co. (ARCO) for injuries to the natural resources in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB). Decades of mining and mineral processing operations in and around Butte and Anaconda released substantial quantities of hazardous substances into the Upper Clark Fork River Basin between Butte and Milltown. These hazardous substances extensively degraded the area’s natural resources.


Office of Consumer Protection

Enforce consumer laws designed to protect the consumer from unfair or deceptive business practices. Enforce statutes relating to telephone solicitation and telemarketing. Provide information to consumers about the Consumer Protection Act. Assist consumers by distributing consumer education materials including scam and consumer alerts. Investigate false, misleading, or deceptive trade practices.


Gambling Control Division

Through the Gambling Control Division, the Department of Justice regulates all forms of gambling in Montana, except for the Montana Lottery and horse racing. The legislature has charged the division with maintaining a uniform regulatory climate that is fair and free of corrupt influences. The division is also responsible for collecting gambling revenue for state and local governments.


Human Trafficking

The Montana Department of Justice has a continued commitment to victims of human trafficking. In partnership with federal authorities, our agency plays a key role in the investigation, enforcement, and prosecution of crimes related to human trafficking in Montana. This form of modern day slavery does happen here in Big Sky Country.


Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness Program

Montana’s deadliest drugs aren’t made in secret labs and they don’t always come from dealers on the corner. They’re in our own medicine cabinets. Each year, prescription drug abuse contributes to the deaths of more than 300 Montanans — making prescription drug abuse 15 times more deadly than meth, heroin and cocaine combined. Our kids report the third-highest rate of prescription drug abuse in the country and more than half of them say prescription drugs are easier to get than street drugs.


Safe in Your Space

When it comes to embracing new technology, kids have rapidly outpaced their parents and teachers. By their early school years, many children are already more comfortable on the Internet than their parents. But just because children are smart enough to know how to navigate the Internet, doesn’t mean they have the experience to make good decisions about some of the possibilities they may face online.


Montana Sexual or Violent Offender Registry

Created by the Montana Department of Justice in 1989, the Sexual or Violent Offender Registry is a valuable resource for Montanans to protect their families against sexual or violent offenders.


Montana 24/7 Sobriety Program

Drinking and driving has been a chronic – and deadly — problem on Montana’s roadways for decades. In 2008, Montana was ranked as the deadliest state in the nation when it came to per capita DUI-related traffic fatalities.


Work for Justice

Everyday at The Montana Department of Justice, our employees are dedicated to ensuring the well-being and rights of the people of our great state. We’re passionate about what we do because it’s more than a job or a career. It’s about who we are as people. If this sounds like you, your unique experiences, knowledge, and values may be just what the Montana Department of Justice is looking for and needs. In return we can offer a culture that promotes fairness and growth opportunities.