The Walla Walla driver licensing office will reopen by appointment only on Tuesday, April 20.
All offices are operating at reduced capacity due to COVID-19 protocols. Appointments are for people with urgent needs who have no choice but to visit us in person. Make an appointment if your transaction cannot be done online, by phone, or by mail.
Our expanded online services are your first option. If web access is an issue, consider Wi-Fi hotspots. You may also be able to get what you need by calling our Customer Service Center (360-902-3900) or by visiting a vehicle licensing office.
Driver licensing offices now accepting appointments include:
- Federal Way
- Moses Lake
- Mount Vernon
- Oak Harbor
- Port Angeles
- Port Townsend
- Seattle Downtown
- Smokey Point
- Spokane Valley
- Union Gap
- Vancouver East
- Vancouver North
- Walla Walla
- West Seattle
- White Salmon
Services offered by appointment only include:
- First-time driver license, including knowledge and skills testing (where offered)
- First-time identification card
- Enhanced driver license (EDL) and enhanced ID (EID)
- Reinstatement, including knowledge and skills testing (where offered)
- Name change on license/ID
- Commercial driver license (CDL) and commercial learner permit (CLP), including knowledge test
- Agricultural permit, including knowledge and skills testing (where offered)
- Occupational restricted license
- Driver training school instructor test
If possible, go online to:
- Renew driver license/ID
- Renew car/boat registration
- Renew professional license
- Pre-apply for driver license, ID, or enhanced license/ID
- Apply for no-photo instruction permit
- Change address on license/ID
- Replace lost driver license/ID
- Add motorcycle permit/endorsement
- Buy copy of your driving record
- Submit DUI hearing request
- Report sale of vehicle/boat
- Much more!
Appointments can be scheduled up to 30 days in advance. If you schedule an appointment or show up to an office for a service that can be done remotely, you will be redirected. Your safety, and that of our employees, is a priority.
Since briefly closing offices at the start of the pandemic, we reopened 39 of our 45 full-time driver licensing locations statewide. We added capacity in recent months and continue to explore ways to reopen more offices and counters safely.