A Mobile DMV Unit is scheduled to visit Granville on Saturday, June 12, to give residents access to Secretary of State services.
The unit will be at the Granville Village Offices, 316 S. McCoy St., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“A trip to the DMV can be hard to do for some people who might not live close to one or don’t have time in their work schedule to go during the week,” said state Rep. Lance Yednock, D-Ottawa, whose district includes Granville. “This mobile unit will make sure that seniors and families have access to crucial services for drivers or to get an ID card in an easy and efficient way.”
The unit will provide the following services:
- Renewal or correction of a driver’s license.
- New, renewal or correction of a state ID card
- License plate stickers
- Motor voter registration with renewal of driver’s license/ID
- Organ donor registration with renewal of driver’s license/ID
Real ID compliant driver’s licenses and ID cards must be processed at a driver service facility, seniors age 75 and older will need to visit the DMV to renew a driver’s license and proper identification will be needed for the services above.
“Through this event, we can bring many basic services for drivers, like common renewals and license plate stickers,” Yednock said. “I want to thank the Secretary of State and Granville officials who helped make this event possible, and I encourage any resident in need of these services to stop by.”
According to the Secretary of State’s facility finder, La Salle’s facility is the closest to Granville at 8.2 miles away. Princeton has a facility about 15 miles away and Lacon has one 18 miles away.