DMV offices back online after outage shut down computers
DENVER — Colorado Department of Revenue Drivers License offices across the state were back online Friday afternoon after being shut down because of connectivity issues.
In a message posted at colorado.gov, the Department of Revenue wrote: “The Department of Revenue is experiencing network issues. Revenue Online is unavailable at this time. Drivers License offices cannot process driver’s licenses, permits and identification cards at this time. Titles and Registration offices can process transactions, but cannot print titles. Titles will be mailed to the customers.”
“We are working to remedy the problem as quickly as possible,” said Sarah Werner with the Department of Revenue. “We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience.”
Early Friday afternoon, a department spokeswoman said everything was up and running again at all statewide offices.