DMV to Return to Georgetown Park

At the May 30 meeting: Jennifer Altemus, president of the Citizens Association of Georgetown; Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans; Belin award winner, Ron Lewis, chair of the local advisory neighborhood c
Robert Devaney
At the May 30 meeting: Jennifer Altemus, president of the Citizens Association of Georgetown; Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans; Belin award winner, Ron Lewis, chair of the local advisory neighborhood c

The Georgetown office of D.C.'s Department of Motor Vehicles, formerly located in the lower level of the Shops at Georgetown Park, that closed May 19 will return to the M Street shopping mall, Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans announced at the May 30 annual awards and election meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown.

At the time of the DMV's closure, it was not certain that an office would return to Georgetown. Evans said that there would be a new DMV office in the mall in less than a year, when renovations are completed, in agreement with the Georgetown Park landlord. Mayor Vincent Gray, who also addressed the meeting, called the future return of the DMV to the neighborhood as showing how the District government provides "customer service" to its citizens.

On June 4, the DMV will open a temporary service center at 301 C Street, N.W., where its Office of Adjudication Services is also located; hours of operations are Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. For other locations and questions, visit DMV.DC.gov.

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