After a six-month renovation, Napa’s Department of Motor Vehicles bureau will reopen to customers Sept. 15, the state agency has announced.
Work crews have conducted a comprehensive overhaul of the DMV building at 2550 Napa Valley Corporate Park Drive, which opened in 1993. The project has included repairs to the roof, flooring and drainage system, new sprinkler and security equipment, and changes to restrooms, doors and walkways to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
As of Thursday, much of work on the Napa office’s new entry area was complete, including the partitions, and relocated restrooms with improved wheelchair access also in place.
The California DMV closed the Napa branch after Feb. 28, and reassigned its 19 employees to other North Bay offices to reduce customer wait times. The department originally announced a Sept. 8 reopening in Napa.
During the closure, Napa County motorists are being redirected to four DMV branches:
- Vallejo, 200 Couch St.
- Fairfield, 160 Serrano Drive
- Vacaville, 621 Orange Drive
- Petaluma, 715-J Southpoint Blvd.
Online DMV services including license and vehicle registration renewal, changes of address, making appointments, and requests for driver records are available at http://www.dmv.ca.gov