Orange County Clerk Kelly Eskew unveiled the new Mobile DMV Unit with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 13 at the Government Center.
Mark J.F. Schroeder, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, Chairwoman of the Orange County Legislature Katie Bonelli and several Legislators, Assemblymen Chris Eachus and Karl Brabenec, Deputy County Executive Harry Porr, District Attorney David Hoovler and Sheriff Paul Arteta all attended the event.
“The Mobile DMV will help ensure that residents throughout Orange County have access to the important services that our office provides,” Eskew said. “It is a convenient way for residents to receive County services close to home. We’re excited to roll out the Mobile DMV, which will visit underserved communities focusing on seniors, veterans and people with disabilities.”
The new Mobile DMV Unit will operate Monday through Friday and will perform all DMV transactions. County Clerk Eskew is working with Orange County towns, cities, and villages on a schedule for Mobile DMV. It made its debut on April 17 in Port Jervis. The Mobile DMV cost approximately $167,000 and was funded through American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
“The Mobile DMV will help more residents access the vital services we provide,” Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus said. “Orange County remains committed to providing critical services to residents wherever they are. The Mobile DMV will be a great complement to the wonderful services that the County Clerk’s Office already provides.”
For more information about the County’s Mobile DMV Unit, contact the County Clerk’s Office at 845-291-2690 or firstname.lastname@example.org.