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DNR no longer mailing boat registration renewals

May 10, 2013 at 04:51 PM

Prairie State Outdoors

Watercraft renewal online or by phone:

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is no longer mailing watercraft registration renewal notices.

Watercraft owners can renew their watercraft registrations by calling (866) 867-3542 or visit: http://www.dnr.illinois.gov/recreation/boating/Pages/RenewYourWatercraftRegistration.aspx.

Watercraft owners should have handy their Illinois registration number and hull identification number (located on the registration card) and pen and paper to record their confirmation number.

A confirmation number will authorize boaters to use of their watercraft on Illinois waters immediately.

Owners of canoes, kayaks and paddle boats in Illinois are no longer required to have those watercraft titled and registered in Illinois, unless the vessels have a motor or sail.

They are now required to purchase a stamp for $6 per year for the each of the first three vessels, and $3 each for any additional vessels.

All of the new stamps (also known as Paddle Passes) passes must be purchased at the same time to receive the discount.

The stamps are mandatory, and should be available over the counter beginning July 1.

Visit: http://www.dnr.illinois.gov/LPR/Pages/LicensePermitVendors.aspx

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