The Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) mobile customer service center – DMV Connect – will be at Richmond City Hall, 900 E. Broad Street, on June 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and located in the City Treasurer’s area next to room 107 of the first floor. DMV Connect offers common DMV transactions including applying for and renewing driver’s licenses and ID cards, titles and registrations, license plates, driver transcripts, disabled parking placards or plates, address changes, E-ZPass transponders, hunting and fishing licenses and much more. June 4 is also the day before vehicle personal property taxes are due to the city and will be an opportune time and convenient way for taxpayers to conduct business at City Hall. Taxpayers who are not current on their taxes can find the city’s delinquent collections unit located next door to the City Treasurer in room 109, where paying delinquent taxes will release DMV registration holds. Citizens are encouraged to research and bring the required documents to complete your transactions. To determine what documents are needed, use the interactive document guide at dmvnow.com. DMV Connect is a portable program serving Virginians who may not be able to travel to a DMV office. These services will be offered at least once per month at City Hall, depending on the volume of customers.
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