City of Topeka ID Program
Fellowship Hi-Crest is partnering with the City of Topeka to expand the locations where residents can apply for a City of Topeka ID.
Fellowship Hi-Crest will take applications Monday-Thursday from 9am to 3pm. Applications will be processed by Topeka Police Department. If approved, City ID cards will be able to be picked up at a later date.
The City of Topeka ID Card Program is designed to bridge the gap for the unsheltered or those who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford or have the proper documentation to apply for a state issued ID. The city issued ID cards are free and available to anyone in need. The city issued ID cards will include the person’s legal name, photo, signature, date of birth, personal demographics, address or last know location and a Kansas State ID card number if applicable. The City of Topeka ID cards can be used to apply for a job through Day Labor Services, apply for residency and more. The City of Topeka ID card will also be accepted during COVID-19 vaccination appointments. It is important for people to understand that the City of Topeka ID cards are free, but they do not come with the same rights as a state issued ID card, driver’s license or passport.
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