Resident Resources

Voter Registration

Persons age 18 or older can register to vote.  Picture I.D. is required.   Absentee ballots and election information may be obtained at 886-4375.

You can fill out, print, sign, and mail the Missouri Voter Registration Application.

Voter Registration Division of the Boone County Clerk’s Office
801 E. Walnut, Rm 236
Columbia, MO 65201-7731

Office hours are from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday

City Clerk Offices in Ashland, Centralia, Hallsville, Rocheport, and Sturgeon have postcard registration forms available

For More Information Call

  • (573) 886-4375 – Voter Registration Office
  • (573) 875-8683 – Voter Information Hotline
  • (573) 886-4388 – TDD for Hearing Impaired Voters

Driver and Vehicle Licenses

Can be obtained at the Department of Revenue Office at 403 Vandiver Dr., Suite B, 573/474-4700. New Missouri residents have 30 days to obtain state driver’s and vehicle license. The local driver’s testing station of the Missouri State Highway Patrol is at the same location; call (573) 884-1399 for more information.

Marriage Licenses

Can be obtained at the County Recorder of Deeds Office at 801 E Walnut, Boone County Government Center, Columbia, MO.  Proof of age and legal name is required.  Call 573-886-4350 for more information.

Daniel Boone Regional Library Book Mobile

The Book Mobile comes to City Hall on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month.  It arrives around 2:00 p.m.

Library-To-Go

The Library-To-Go lockers and book drop are now in their new location at Prenger Foods.  You can once again select “Hallsville Library-To-Go” as your preferred pick-up location when you place holds for library materials from Daniel Boone Regional Library. Library-To-Go is a system of individual lockers that allows you to pick up requested library books, CDs, DVDs and audiobooks using your library card. You can register for a library card online at www.dbrl.org/library-card-application

Education and Career Resources

OnlineMasters.com

OnlineMBA.com

Financial Your MBA 

Financial Aid Guide for Minority Students

Financial Aid Guide for Military & Veterans

Recovery Help

Substance Abuse Recovery

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up to receive Alerts and News & Notices?

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Where do I go to vote?

For Information Call

  • (573) 886-4375 – Voter Registration Office
  • (573) 875-8683 – Voter Information Hotline
  • (573) 886-4388 – TDD for Hearing Impaired Voters