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In preparation for limited or no services related to motor vehicles May 20 through May 29, the Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office will be open on Saturday, May 18 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. On this day, all titling and registration services will be available to individuals and dealerships.
"For the convenience of our residents with May or June birthdays or business renewals, we offer this additional day of service as we urge renewals be done by Monday, May 20th prior to a week of limited or no service," said Darla Eden, Hall County Tax Commissioner.
In conjunction with a statewide effort to implement a new vehicle registration and titling system, the Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office will be unable to process vehicle tags and titles and business renewals from Thursday, May 23 through Monday, May 27. During this time, all titling and registration payments will be unavailable statewide as the Georgia Department of Revenue installs a new, state-of-the-art system called DRIVES (Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System).
Additionally, the self-service kiosk located at Kroger Marketplace and online renewal services will be off-line from May 21 through May 29.
During this time, the Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office will be able to process property tax payments and answer any citizen questions.
There are five convenient payment methods:
Residents can renew their tags up to 59 days prior to their birthday.
The Department of Driver Services will not be affected during the move. Law enforcement will have access to the records system through a backup file.
The DRIVES system is expected to go online May 30. For more information, please view www.georgiadrives.com, www.hallcountytax.org , or check the Tax Commissioner's Facebook page.