GENESEO – Livingston County has reopened its Department of Motor Vehicles office at the County Government Center, 6 Court St., to Livingston County residents for limited in-person transactions.

All in-person transactions will be by appointment only. The Dansville location remains closed to the public.

In Geneseo, the following in-person transactions are available:

n Commercial Driver’s License permit testing.

n Commercial Driver’s License renewals.

n License renewals for licenses that expired during the closure or that expire in 30 days.

n License reciprocities, or the exchanging of an out-of-state license for a New York State license.

n Non-driver identification renewals and first-time applications.

n Conditional/restricted license issuing of or removing conditions or restrictions if the requirements for removal have been met.

To schedule an appointment, go online here or call the office at (585) 243-7039.

Customers are asked to arrive five minutes early for the appointment to get through the security screening at the entrance. Only the individual involved in the transaction will be allowed in the office as capacity is reduced.

Customers will need to wear a face covering, have their temperature checked and go through a screening prior to entering the DMV office.

Paperwork should be completed prior to arriving at the DMV.

All of the transactions available require the individual’s renewal notice or an MV-44 form, that can be found here.

Several transactions will continue to be processed by the DMV via its drop box, available 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, or by mail to the Geneseo location at 6 Court St., Room 204, Geneseo, NY 14454.

Those transactions include:

n Plate surrenders ($1 fee required).

n Register a new vehicle, or a vehicle you already own.

n Renew a registration.

Many DMV transactions are also available online. For additional information about those services, visit the state website here.

Updates on additional in-person services at the Livingston County DMV will be posted to the county website, as they become available.

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