New ServiceOntario Centre Opens in Oakville
If you love to complain about waiting in line for your driver’s licence or validation stickers, perhaps you won’t grumble so much about the lineup in Oakville next time — a new ServiceOntario centre opened on Tuesday.
The new centre, at 760 Pacific Rd. Unit 29, can be found near Wyecroft and Bronte roads.
The location “will provide the standard suite of services,” said Ministry of Government and Consumer Services spokesperson Sandra Bento, including:
* Health cards
* Driver's Licences
* Ontario photo cards
* Organ and tissue donor registration
* Vehicle products
* Accessible parking permits
* Copies of driver and vehicle records.
The location also has “many accessible features, including an automatic door opener, barrier-free access and accessible parking,” said Bento.
The hours of operation at the new Oakville ServiceOntario centre are as follows:
* Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
* Thursday: 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
* Saturday: 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
If you can’t get to a ServiceOntario centre in person, more than 40 services are available online.
In 2016, ServiceOntario processed more than 17 million online interactions.
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