Office is scheduled to re-open August 25
Raleigh - The Goldsboro Driver License Office will temporarily close for equipment installation and renovations on Tuesday, Aug. 23. It is scheduled to re-open on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 8 a.m.
The Goldsboro office, located on U.S. Highway 70 at 701 W. Grantham St., is one of 25 driver license offices across the state to undergo a new office design that will include the installation of new cubicles and ergonomic bench seating to increase customer comfort, as well as informational posters and a multi-function printer to assist with office efficiency. Additionally, a wall will be removed to allow for additional customer seating.
As part of the second phase of state DMV office upgrades, renovations will be completed in 50 of the state's 113 driver license offices by the end of November.
NCDMV now offers driver license renewals and many other services online. Customers are encouraged to check the official NCDMV website at www.ncdot.gov/dmv and click "Online Services" to see if their driver license needs can be met online.
During the Goldsboro closure, customers who need in-office services can visit other offices located in the region and are encouraged to call the numbers below to make an appointment:
Kinston -2214 W. Vernon Ave., (252) 526-4432
Mount Olive -110 N. Chestnut St., (919) 658-3942
Smithfield -3783 U.S. Highway 301 South, (919) 934-3187
Wilson -1822 Goldsboro St., SW, (252) 243-4072