The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is alerting local customers that the reopening of the San Clemente field office located at 2727 Via Cascadita, has been postponed until July.
The office was originally scheduled to reopen to the public Monday.
The San Clemente office closed for renovations on Jan. 22. The renovations include new flooring, paint, and furniture. The postponed opening is because of delays in the seismic retrofit construction, and an exact date for the office reopening has not been determined.
The DMV wants to remind customers that there are over 20 online services available on www.dmv.ca.gov. A few of those options are to renew your registration and driver license, complete your change of address, request your own driver record, and make an appointment.
Employees and customers have been redirected to the offices listed below until the renovations have been completed:
- Laguna Hills, 23535 Moulton Parkway, 16 miles away
- Oceanside, 4005 Plaza Drive, 30 miles away
- Costa Mesa, 650 W. 19th Street, 30 miles away
- San Marcos, 1706 Descanso Avenue, 37 miles away
Fast facts –San Clemente Field Office
- Year opened: 1983
- Number of Employees: 21
- Square Footage: 8,402
- Daily transactions: Average 418
The DMV periodically closes field offices throughout the state each year to address maintenance issues, infrastructure deficiencies, upgrade mechanical and electrical systems and replace equipment and finishes.