DMV closed for mandatory statewide unpaid closure day
The Oregon DMV headquarters and all DMV offices throughout the state will be closed on Friday, Nov. 27, as well as Thanksgiving Day itself. The Nov. 27 closure is the second of 10 statewide mandatory unpaid "furlough" days scheduled through June 2011.
However, during these closures, customers still can do business with DMV by mail or online. Online services include most passenger vehicle registration renewals, change of address and notice of sale of your vehicle.
For a complete list of DMV online services go to: www.OregonDMV.com/online.
DMV offices will open on their regularly scheduled day and time after the furlough day. For a complete list of DMV office hours, go to: www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/offices/index.shtml.
Under Oregon's cost-saving furlough plan, state employees must take 10 to 14 unpaid days off – depending on their salary level – during the 2009-11 state budgetary period. Ten of those days are statewide closures for offices that do not provide emergency services or require round-the-clock staffing. State employees who are required to take additional unpaid furlough days will schedule them in much the same way they schedule vacation days.
DMV is one of the state agencies that is required to observe the 10 scheduled mandatory closures. The 10 statewide closures are all Fridays, including the day after Thanksgiving in 2009 and 2010. The 10 dates are:
For more information about the statewide mandatory unpaid closures, visit the Department of Administrative Services' Web site at www.Oregon.gov/DAS.
- Oct. 16, 2009
- Nov. 27, 2009 (day after Thanksgiving)
- March 19, 2010
- April 16, 2010
- June 18, 2010
- Aug. 20, 2010
- Sept. 17, 2010
- Nov. 26, 2010 (day after Thanksgiving)
- March 18, 2011
- May 20, 2011