Furlough Day At All Oregon DMV Offices

Oregon Department of Motor Vehicle headquarters and all local DMV field offices will be closed today, October 19th. The closure is the sixth of ten statewide mandatory unpaid furlough days for state employees scheduled for the 2011-13 budget period.

Waiting times tend to be longer on the days just before and after office closures, so the DMV suggests that customers try to do business by mail or online, if possible, or plan their visits to DMV offices after Monday, October 22nd.

The public also can do some business with DMV online any time. Services include most passenger vehicle registration renewals, changes of address, and notice of vehicle sale. To access DMV’s online services visit www.OregonDMV.com/online.

DMV offices will re-open on their regularly scheduled days and times after the furlough day. For a complete list of DMV offices and their business hours, go to www.OregonDMV.com.

The next statewide furlough is scheduled for November 23rd, the Friday after Thanksgiving. For more information about the statewide mandatory furloughs, visit the Department of Administrative Services’ website at www.Oregon.gov/DAS.

This entry was posted on Friday, October 19th, 2012 and is filed under Local News, State News.