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Gallatin Missouri License Office Opens

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The Missouri Department of Revenue is pleased to announce the opening of the Gallatin License Office. The new office, located at 502A S. Main St, will begin issuing driver's licenses and nondriver identification cards on September 01, 2022.

The Gallatin License Office will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm (closed 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm).

The Gallatin License Office is your one-stop shop for license, permit, and registration renewals. License plates, Vehicle Certificates of Origin, and boat registrations can now be renewed online. To learn more about the GNOF license office.

The opening of this new facility is part of the department's ongoing effort to improve customer service and reduce wait times for driver's licenses and nondriver identification cards across the state.

The Department of Revenue (DOR) collects all state taxes, including sales and personal income taxes. The department also administers fuel taxes, driver and vehicle registration and licensing, and unclaimed property.

The DOR provides a variety of services over the Internet. These include:

Sales Tax Bulletin Board
This bulletin board contains current information on sales tax matters, such as notices of proposed rulemaking, new or revised rules, and notices regarding tax amnesty.

Business Services
This section includes business licenses required by law, forms for various permits, and other information about starting or operating a business in Missouri.

Property Tax Information
This section provides information about Missouri's property taxes collected by cities, counties, and school districts. The section includes frequently asked questions about property taxes in Missouri and a library of documents related to property taxation in Missouri (e.g., local property tax rates).

Renew Your Driver's License
You can renew your driver's license online if you are at least 16 years old and have a current Montana address on file with the Department of Justice or a valid out-of-state address. This service is unavailable if you've had a Montana driver's license issued in another state, so we recommend you visit one of our offices before renewing online.

File a Fraud Report against a Business or Individual
If you have been the victim of fraud, you can file an official fraud report with the Attorney General's Office using our form. The form asks for basic information about the incident, including what happened and when it occurred, and contact information for both parties involved.