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Passport Services

Westminster City Hall provides passport services for:

  • new passport applications for adults and children
  • renewals for children 

For adult renewals, visit the U.S. Department of State’s website .

Appointments are required
Call 303-658-2337

Passport applications must be completed prior to your appointment.
Passport forms are available at the City of Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave., or online at the U.S. Department of State’s website.

What to bring:

All necessary documents and correct form of payment must be provided at the time of the appointment or you will be asked to make a new appointment.

  • Completed DS11 form (do not sign the form until the agent asks you to do so).
  • Applicants 16 and older must have a valid, state-issued photo ID; preferably a driver's license.
  • Proof of US citizenship (originals - no photocopies accepted); this includes one of:
    • State issued birth certificate filed within one year of birth with both parents names listed
    • Naturalization Certificate
    • Expired adult U.S. passport
  • One passport photo - Photos can be taken at Costco, Walgreens, Walmart or FedEx. Please contact these companies directly for costs
  • All applicants must be present.
    • Children 15 and under must have BOTH parents present with ID (If one parent cannot be present Form DS-3053 needs to be filled out by the non-appearing parent, notarized and accompanied by a photocopy of the front and back of that parent’s ID, or contact the passport desk at 303-658-2337 for more information.
    • Children 16-17 must have one parent present with ID.
  • Payment of fees - Checks, Money Orders or Cashier’s Checks ONLY. (Please call for correct amounts. Fees are split into two payments: one to the U.S. Dept. of State and one to The City of Westminster.)

Current processing of a new passport is six weeks:  Passport applications may be expedited for an additional fee. If you require your passport within two weeks, contact check the U.S. Department of States website..

Important note about passport expiration dates: The U.S. Department of State recommends your passport have at least six months of validity beyond your actual travel date to avoid expensive and lengthy travel disruptions. The normal rule for most countries is that they require you to have three months from your actual travel date before your passport expires.

U.S. citizens traveling on passports that expire in fewer than six months have increasingly been denied airline boarding or been detained upon arrival in certain foreign destinations, including popular European travel destinations in the Schengen area. This is not a new requirement, but it is only recently that the requirement has been more strictly enforced. For more information check the U.S. Department of States website.

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