Delegate Mullin (right) and DMV Commissioner Rick Holcomb (left) discuss the enhancements and new services that will be available at DMV’s new location in Williamsburg.
WILLIAMSBURG – Delegate Mike Mullin this week visited the future site of the new Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Williamsburg Customer Service Center (CSC), located at 5235 John Tyler Highway. He was given a tour by DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb.
“This new space is larger than the current CSC, and will feature more customer service windows,” explained Commissioner Holcomb. “That will result in more efficient service for our customers.”
Another way in which DMV is improving service delivery is by offering certified copies of Virginia vital records. Virginia birth, marriage, divorce, and death certificates can be purchased at all full-service DMV locations and DMV 2 Go mobile offices. Some locations, including the new Williamsburg office when it opens, offer enrollment services for the transportation worker identification credential (TWIC), which allows truck drivers access to ports and other secure facilities.
“I’m impressed by what DMV is doing to provide a better experience for folks in my district and beyond,” remarked Delegate Mullin. “With additional services, more windows, and shorter wait times, this office will be a welcome improvement for our community.”
“DMV is much more than a place to renew your driver’s license or vehicle registration,” added Commissioner Holcomb. “DMV is always working to expand its portfolio of product offerings. It’s important that we bring services to you when you need them.”
The new Williamsburg CSC is scheduled to open its doors October 2, 2017.
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August 31st, 2017
Contact: Hannah Cannon