Oahu satellite city halls, DMV Now kiosks to temporarily close Saturday

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The City of Honolulu will reopen its driver licensing centers, satellite city halls and other offices for in-person visits starting Thursday, Sept. 22.

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Department of Customer Services (DCS) announced folks in Oahu will be unable to renew their driver’s licenses and state ID cards at satellite city halls on Saturday, July 24.

Planned upgrades to the city’s computer system will also mean online services and self-service DMV Now kiosks will be inaccessible from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, according to DCS officials.

“We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this, but we wanted to make sure that the public is fully aware of the impact that the planned upgrades will cause.”

Nola Miyasaki, Department of Customer Services director

The Downtown, Hawaii Kai, Pearlridge and Windward satellite city halls will all be closed on Saturday and the website for renewing motor vehicle registrations will be down as well.

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