PennDOT is opening two driver license centers in central Pennsylvania beginning Friday, May 8.
The Selinsgrove and Williamsport centers will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday between 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. will be designated times for customers 60 years or older.
People will be screened before entering. You will have to wear a mask and seating is limited to maintain social distancing.
Services will be limited. These are the services that will be offered as the centers open:
- Commercial Driver License (CDL) transactions, including renewals, replacements, Medical Examiner’s Certificates (MECs), date of proof transactions, Hazardous Material Recertifications, and related transactions;
- Initial issuance transactions, including out-of-state transfers, ID card issuance, and related transactions;
- Photo license services;
- Driver license restoration services that cannot be completed online or via mail;
- Medical-related testing; and
- Non-U.S. citizen transaction processing.
PennDOT says more centers will opening in the coming days in the yellow counties in Pennsylvania.
Customers seeking renewal of their non-commercial license or ID should renew online or by mail to avoid an unnecessary visit to the Driver License Center.