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The Condon DMV office will reopen March 4 for appointments after nearly a yearlong closure due to COVID-19.

The Condon office, located at 221 S. Oregon St., will be open the first Thursday of each month. Office hours are 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a lunch closure from noon to 1 p.m.

You can make an appointment at DMV2U.Oregon.gov. Appointment slots for March 4 and April 1 have been added to DMV’s online appointment scheduler.

Nearly all 60 DMV offices across Oregon closed last March due to pandemic restrictions, with only a handful open for commercial driver license issuance. DMV offices began to reopen by appointment only in June 2020.

The Condon office remained closed because the building where it is located – the Gilliam County Courthouse – had been closed to the public since March 2020 to protect against spread of the virus.

With the reopening of the Condon office, all Oregon DMV offices except the one in Heppner are available for appointments. The Heppner office remains closed because the building where it is located is still closed due to the pandemic.

More information on accessing DMV services: https://www.oregon.gov/odot/dmv/pages/covid_alert.Aspx

DMV2U is open 24/7 and expanding

DMV has been expanding services available online at DMV2U.Oregon.gov. See if you can get the DMV service you need from the convenience of home, such as:

  • Renew your vehicle registration.
  • Replace a lost, stolen or damaged license, permit or ID card.
  • Change your address.
  • Make a payment if you get a letter from DMV about missing or insufficient payment.
  • Pay reinstatement fees.
  • Reprint a temporary license, permit or ID card.
  • Reprint a registration renewal receipt.
  • And more.

Three-month grace period

Oregon residents with a vehicle registration, permit or driver license expiring between Nov. 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021, have up to three months after their expiration date without being cited by law enforcement for an expired license or tags.


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