CHICAGO –To assist local residents access driver, vehicle and other services offered by the Illinois Secretary of State’s office, state Rep. Kimberly DuBuclet, D-Chicago, is encouraging residents to attend a mobile DMV day at the Chicago Urban League (CUL).
“I am proud to partner with the Urban League, Sen. Hunter, Secretary Giannoulias, and Alderman Dowell to bring these critical services to our communities,” DuBuclet said. “Government should be able to meet the people where they are, and many have a hard time making it to some of the state’s permanent facilities.”
DuBuclet is working with CUL and other local elected officials to help community members connect to critical services. Just last month, Secretary Giannoulias’ office rolled out a new appointment making system to reduce wait times at DMV sites throughout the state. Nonetheless, some Illinoisans, especially older adults and low-income adults, struggle to make it to the sites. With providing services in a manner that considers equity in mind, CUL and its partners are bringing DMV services directly to the community. For more information about the event, please call DuBuclet’s office at 773-924-4614 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“This mobile DMV event serves as a one-stop shop that offers residents a chance to access these important state services at a convenient location,” said Hunter. “I encourage community members to take advantage of this opportunity to renew their driver’s license, state ID or vehicle registration, or apply for a REAL ID.”