The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission’s Mobile Unit will make its way to Hoboken tomorrow, Thursday, September 10. It’s the MVC’s way of bringing essential state services directly to residents in their backyard.
You will be able to update your driver’s license, non-driver ID’s and even return license plates. A mobile unit from the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs will be offering extra assistance to provide these services, including issuing Disability, Purple Heart or Disabled Veteran parking placards. District residents will be able to sit in chairs under tents while waiting for their number to be called.
Thursday’s event follows the success of last summer’s event, both of which were organized by Assemblywoman Annette Chaparro with assistance from the City of Hoboken, and will feature brief remarks from Assemblywoman Chaparro and Mayor Ravi Bhalla. Several community organizations including HOPES CAP, True Mentors, and Census coordinators will be in attendance, with tables for information sharing set up by the Hoboken Environmental Services Department. This event is open to the public.
The MVC Mobile Unit will be parked on First Street between Bloomfield and Washington Streets from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
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