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Motor Vehicle Division changes office hours for two communities

ADOT announces change in service hours for Littlefield and Colorado City
August 02, 2013

PHOENIX - Motor Vehicle Division offices that serve the communities of Littlefield and Colorado City will have reduced hours of operation beginning Aug. 5, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. The change to the hours of operation is necessary as a result of not having the required staffing to provide customer service five days a week.

Beginning on Monday, Aug. 5, the hours of operation will be:

  • Littlefield:                   Monday-Wednesday  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Colorado City:            Thursday-Friday         9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Many of the regular services performed at the local office can also be conducted using MVD’s online portal, This service feature allows customers to perform more than 20 types of electronic transactions. Customers can renew their vehicle registration, obtain a duplicate driver license, update their address, purchase special or personalized license plates and even register to vote.

ADOT MVD is committed to providing quality customer service at all of the area offices and is sensitive to any inconvenience this change in office hours may create.

For additional information on the change of the hours of operation or services provided by MVD, please visit

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