Director: Travis A. Hulsey, CPA, CPFO, CGFO
Chief Deputy Director: Daren Lanier
Deputy Director: Eric R. Pruitt, MBA
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING BESSEMER DRIVER LICENSE SERVICE INTERRUPTION
We apologize in advance for anyinconvenience, but driver license renewals and replacements conducted by JEFFERSONCOUNTY DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE will be unavailable Monday, March 26, 2018from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. This interruption in service is due to the areabeing relocated from the third floor of this building to the first floor. As soon as our move is complete we will resume normal operations. During theinterim, please feel free to visit the ALABAMA LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENGY(ALEA) office on the third floor to renew or replace your driverlicense or non-driver Identification card. Also, driver license renewals andreplacements may be obtained from our other Revenue office locations inBirmingham, Hoover, and Center Point.
The Jefferson County Revenue Department administers and enforces several federal, state, county and municipal statutes, ordinances and regulations. This responsibility includes collecting and distributing motor vehicle taxes, motor vehicle registration fees, hunting/fishing license fees, privilege (business) licenses, sales and education sales taxes, to name a few, on behalf of the State of Alabama, Jefferson County Commission; and, Jefferson County municipalities, school districts and governmental agencies.
Online Tax Filing System:
You can now use the State of Alabama ONE SPOT Tax Filing website to file county and state sales tax. To use the ONE SPOT system, business taxpayers need to sign up at MyAlabamaTaxes (MAT) https://myalabamataxes.alabama.gov or learn more at: http://www.revenue.alabama.gov/salestax/ONE_SPOT.cfm.
Additionally, Jefferson County Sales & Use Tax Section can be contacted by phone at (205) 325-5195 or by email using Contact_Revenue_License_&_Tax@jccal.org.
MANDATORY LIABILITY INSURANCE NOTICE:
Effective January 1, 2013 Act 2011-688 (Mandatory Liability Insurance Act) requires all motor vehicle owners to provide evidence of insurance before a registration can be provided. Walk-In customers should be prepared to provide proof of insurance and valid State driverís license/identification for each owner and co-owner.
When renewing by mail, include a LEGIBLE copy of your driverís license and that of the co-owner, if any, and copies of the insurance card for each vehicle.
Most vehicle registrations may be renewed by internet at https://tagit.jccal.org.
For more information on mandatory liability insurance visit: www.mli.mvtrip.alabama.gov. or watch Online Insurance Verification System (OIVS) videos.
- Business License
- Driverís License: Effective November 1, 2005, the Department of Public Safety is responsible for the original (first time) issuance of a Driver License and Non-Driver Identification
- Car/Truck Tags
- Personalized Tags
- Car/Truck Titles
- Manufactured Home Permit
- Fishing, Hunting, Boat License & Permit Information