Greenville Driver Services Facility Closed Until Sept. 8


Out of an abundance of caution, the Greenville Driver Services facility, at321 S. Second St., is closed until September 8 as a precaution because of an employee who tested positive for COVID-19.

The Illinois Department of Public Health has been consulted. Employees who work at the facility are being quarantined for 14 days and the facility is scheduled to be cleaned and sanitized according to CDC guidelines.

As a reminder, Secretary of State Jesse White has extended all expiration dates to Nov. 1, 2020, for driver’s licenses/ID cards and license plate stickers, so customers do not need to rush into Driver Services facilities.

White encourages people to conduct business online at, such as renewing license plate stickers and obtaining replacement driver’s licenses/ID cards as well as safe driver renewals.

For customers who decide to visit a facility, masks are required. Customers are advised to come prepared to wait outside in various weather conditions. Due to social distancing, the number of people allowed inside a facility at one time is limited.

Drivers can visit other facilities, the nearest of which include Vandalia, 13 Old Capitol Shopping Ctr.; Hillsboro, 2010 School St.; and Edwardsville, 1502A Troy Rd.

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