COVID-19 Status Update - 6/3/2020 4:00 PM
Scott County Customer Service is now accepting appointments for driver’s license and identification card transactions only. This includes renewals, duplicates for address changes, lost or stolen licenses, upgrades to Real or Enhanced DL/IDs. Please click here for more details!
All other services such as tabs, title transfers, disability certificates, duplicate titles, and other deputy registrar services will continue to be offered through the drop boxes or mail. We are also able to accept applications for marriage licenses via email, fax, mail, or drop box. Please ensure that all transactions left in the drop boxes have a phone number enclosed. Requests will be processed within 48 hours and returned via mail.
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Questions? Reach out to us via email at email@example.com or call 952-496-8432. We have staff ready and available to answer your questions from 8 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday.
A standard driver’s license or ID is acceptable for domestic air travel until October 1st, 2021.
Marriage Application Instructions (PDF)
Print the Marriage Application (PDF), fill it out completely, sign and submit it to us with a copy of your identification (driver's license, ID card, or passport). The application and ID documents can be submitted in multiple ways- Please follow the submission instructions listed in the marriage application instructions document.
Remember to Submit
- If you went through 12 hours of marriage counseling bring the reduced fee Educator’s Statement Sample (PDF). (Please note this a sample for your reference only.)
- Regular Fee: $115
- Reduced Fee: $40 with reduced fee Educator's Statement (must be submitted at the time of application)
You can pay with check (payable to Scott County) or credit card. If you pay with a credit card you will be paying a 2.45% convenience fee.
A marriage must be witnessed by two adults (16 or older), you are not required to be a Minnesota Resident.
Make sure all info is correct on application. Once the marriage certificate is filed, no corrections can be made without a court order.
Looking for someone to perform your ceremony?
Here is a list of judges and marriage officiants who perform ceremonies in Scott County.