Understanding the process
You can notify a change of address at one single reception desk. The staff will pass on your details to the other relevant departments.
If you are:
The Mairie de Monaco (Town Hall) - Nationality Department
Place de la Mairie
Phone: (+377) 93 15 28 63
Open from Monday to Friday - from 9 am to 4 pm
You should renew your Monegasque identity card. Go in person to Monaco Town Hall, taking your old identity card with you.
La Direction de la Sûreté Publique de Monaco (Police Department)
Section des Résidents, des Certifications et des Objets Trouvés (Residency, Certifications and Lost-and-Found Section)
2 avenue Albert II
Stade Louis II entrée B
Phone: (+377) 93 15 30 17
Open from Monday to Friday - from 9.30 am to 5 pm
You should notify the change in your circumstances to Police Department to renew your resident's permit.
To do so, you must provide:
- Proof of property ownership or a lease
- For people accommodated with others: a certificate of accommodation, to be completed in person + proof of ownership of the person with whom you are staying
- The two most recent electricity bills relating to your former address
- You passport or identity card, for people of French nationality
La Caisse de Compensation des Services Sociaux (The Social Services Compensation Fund)
11, Rue Louis Notari
Phone: (+377) 93 15 43 43
Open from Monday to Friday - from 8.30 am to 12 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5 pm
Office No. 11 if you have a salary / Office No. 12 if you are retired.
Digital Services Department
(+377) 98 98 40 26
You will receive confirmation of receipt by mail, telephone or email depending on your chosen means of contact (your telephone number and email address will not be used for any other purposes).
Some departments might contact you to inform you of steps to be taken following your change of address.
You have the right to access and modify data concerning you. This right can be exercised via the Digital Services Department under the
- Public Car Parks Office (car park season ticket, etc.)
- Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office (driving licences, car registration documents, technical inspections, etc.)
- Monaco social service bodies (medical and family benefits and pensions)
- Mairie (City Hall) (home help, various types of social help, etc.)
- Department of Maritime Affairs (navigation licences, boat registration certificates)
- Department of Electronic Communications (radio licences, domain name, etc.)
- Journal de Monaco (subscriptions to the official journal)
- Monaco postal service (there is a charge for this service)
If your children attend schools in the Principality, or if you are a student with a grant or you are employed in an educational establishment:
- Department of Education, Youth and Sport, stating the relevant educational establishment
If you are a civil servant or other Government official:
- Human Resources and Training Department (employment, allocation of housing, etc.)
- State Medical Benefits Office (medical and family benefits)
- Department of Budgeting and Treasury
If you are a council tenant or rent State property:
- State Property Authority