State Handing Orange City Driver License Office To Volusia County Tax Collector

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Orange City, FL - The Volusia County Tax Collector (VCTC) is taking over the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) Orange City driver's license office and will be open for business next Wednesday, October 6 at 8 a.m. Will Roberts, Volusia County Tax Collector, said that there's a lot of work to do to make the change. "Over the next three business days, we're going to be closed Friday, Monday, and Tuesday, we're anticipating being closed because we're just wrapping up those things that have to do with I-T."

If you need driver's license services during the closure, you can visit the state's South Daytona office at 2400 S. Ridgewood Ave or the Seminole County Tax Collector's Office in Lake Mary, located at 845 Promera Blvd.

Roberts said his office will be taking over the South Daytona office likely in early January.  “The State currently operates both driver license offices in Volusia County,” said Will Roberts, Volusia County Tax Collector. “Now that Volusia County has an elected tax collector, we are mandated to assume all driver license services.”

The goal of the VCTC office, according to Roberts, is to become a one-stop shop that will be convenient to citizens where they can get a driver's license, renew a vehicle or vessel registration, or pay their property taxes. all in one location.”

For more information on the Office of Will Roberts – Tax Collector, please visit vctaxcollector.org.

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