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Driver and Motor Vehicle Division - ODOT

Present Duties

Oregon DMV Headquarters Building
The Oregon DMV Headquarters Building in Salem houses the central offices of the Driver and Motor Vehicle Division. (Oregon State Archives Photo)
The Driver and Motor Vehicle Division (DMV) protects financial and ownership interests in vehicles, provides driver licenses and identification cards for Oregon residents and collects revenues for Oregon’s statewide multimodal transportation system. There are currently more than 3.1 million licensed drivers and more than 4.5 million registered vehicles in Oregon. DMV regulates and inspects about 3,500 vehicle- and driver-related businesses, such as auto dealers and dismantlers. Additionally, the division is home to statewide transportation safety programs. These programs conduct campaigns focused on increasing safe driving behaviors such as using safety belts and child safety seats, and reducing dangerous driving behaviors such as impaired driving, speeding and distracted driving. The Safety team partners with law enforcement, safety advocates and others to promote transportation safety. Headquartered in Salem, DMV has 60 field offices throughout the state.​​
Agency Website

Contact Information

Mailing Address: 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem 97314
Telephone: Statewide: 503-945-5000; Toll-free (Portland): 503-299-9999
Fax: 503-945-0893
Contact: Amy Joyce, Administrator
Records Officer Email: Lauri Kunze
Location Map: by Google Maps

Legal & Legislative Information

Statutory Authority: ORS 184.615(3)
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Budget Analysis - by Legislative Fiscal Office
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Records & Publications​

Records Retention Schedule - a list of the public records kept at the agency​