Chautauqua County DMVs Will Resume Walk-in Services This Month

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JAMESTOWN – DMV locations in Chautauqua County will soon resume walk-in services. 

County Clerk Larry Barmore says starting Monday, April 12 the Department of Motor Vehicle locations in Jamestown, Dunkirk and Mayville will resume walk-in services.

Previously, walk-in availability was on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Only Chautauqua County residents and the person making transaction is permitted inside the buildings. Visitors also must wait outside until instructed to enter and wear a face covering while inside.

Residents will need an appointment however, to sign up for Learner Permit, Escort/Pilot Car and CDL testing. Appointments can be made online at

Additionally, vehicle registration renewals and many other services can still be done via U.S. Mail or utilizing the various drop boxes.

Car dealers may bring a max of three transactions at one time. Dealers not needing plates are asked to use the drop boxes.


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