Parkersburg Site Serves As Temporary DMV Home< < Back to
The West Virginia DMV has found a temporary home and officials say the site in Parkersburg is garnering positive response from the community.
The old DMV closed suddenly after the building housing the operation was deemed unsafe. Officials from the Charleston office of the Division of Motor Vehicles say they're pleased with the new location next to National College and that all operations are
once again available under one roof.
"Obviously DMV focuses in customer service and so we are pleased," says Public Information Director Natalie Harvey. "That's what DMV is all about. We serve the public. We have a big role in serving the public. So, it's a great thing to be able to do that in Parkersburg again."
The doors opened at 8:30 Thursday morning at the location in The Park Drive Shopping Center.
Officials say this will be the temporary location until the permanent spot is chosen, which they hope will be either December or January, and although this is still a makeshift DMV, this location has its advantages over the past two spots.