Niagara County Clerk Announces Closure of DMV, Veteran’s Agency, Pistol Permit Office

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Niagara County Clerk Joseph Jastrzemski today announced a series of closing and service curtailments as his office complies with Governor Cuomo’s mandate to reduce staff reporting to government offices by 50 percent to promote social distance and curtail the spread of COVID-19.  The following is in place for minimally the next two weeks dependent on further direction from the Governor.

The three County Department of Motor Vehicle Offices in Lockport, North Tonawanda and Niagara Falls are closed.Automobile dealers will be contacted by the Deputy Clerks to coordinate a reduced schedule for continuation of services.  The general public is encouraged to use alternative methods for vehicle registrations and license renewals, including U.S. mail and online.

 

Niagara County Clerk Joseph Jastrzemski

 

The Veteran’s Service Agency, Pistol Permit Office and Historian’s Office are closed until further notice.

The Clerk’s Office will not be processing Veteran’s Cards, Notary requests and Passports.

The Clerk’s Office will continue to accept real estate transactions in the following manner:

    • S. Mail
    • E-Record – visit niagaracounty.com/Departments/County-Clerk for instructions
    • In-person by appointment.Call 439-7062 to schedule.

The Clerk’s office will not be permitting in-office real estate closings.

Copy requests for land and court documents should be made via telephone at 439-7022, email at clerk@niagaracounty.com and via U.S. mail.

Certificates of Authentication, Notarial certificates and notary renewals will done only via U.S. mail.We understand people may have some concerns about meeting expiration deadlines.  As the Governor has rightly put these mandates in place to protect public health, we are seeking clarification from State DMV Commission Mark Schroeder if the state will consider extending deadlines for registrations and licenses for 60 days.  Additionally, the state should also ask the federal government to delay implementation for REAL ID requirements for domestic flights by six months.

 

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