SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – The Oakland County Clerk’s Mobile Office is heading to the Southfield Public Library on Thursday, May 19th.
Oakland County Clerk Bill Bullard Jr. said anyone who lives in the area or surrounding communities is welcome to attend.
The Mobile Office will be available from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the library, located at 26300 Evergreen Rd, Southfield.
“Our office in Pontiac can be a long way for people, especially with gas prices today,” Bullard said in a statement. “In an effort to reach out to all our communities, our Mobile Office pilot project will offer convenient one-day stops in each of the western, eastern, northern and southern portions of the county.”
The Mobile Office is a no-frills operation. Employees set up shop in borrowed space with laptop computers and printers so they can provide customers with on-the-spot copies of birth certificates, death certificates and other public records. Normal copy fees apply.
At the Mobile Office, citizens can access many services including:
- Certified Copies of Birth, Death and Marriage Records
- Marriage License Applications
- Notary Public Applications
- Registration of Assumed Names and Co-Partnerships
- Military Discharge Forms
- Passport Applications and Photos
- Copies of Property Records and Deeds
- Oakland County Circuit Court Records
- Identity Protection Information
- Voter Registration
- Absentee Ballot Application Forms
- Concealed Pistol License
Bullard stressed there is no additional expense associated with the Mobile Office because resources, including employees and computers, are simply being redeployed in regional locations.
The Mobile Office makes a stop in a different region of Oakland County one Thursday a month for the rest of the year.
For more information, including additional dates and locations for the Mobile Office, visit www.oakgov.com or call 248-858-0560.