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ServiceOntario moves driver and vehicle licensing services in Kitchener-Waterloo

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ServiceOntario moves driver and vehicle licensing services in Kitchener-Waterloo

McGuinty Government Making it Easier to Access Government Services

Residents of Kitchener-Waterloo requiring driver and vehicle licensing services will conveniently find a wide range of government services at three offices in their community.  Full licensing services are available at the following locations in Kitchener-Waterlo.

  • 30 Manitou Drive, Kitchener
  • 701 Belmont Avenue West, Kitchener (this location is closed as of 2012)
  • 105 Lexington Road, Unit 16, Waterloo

These offices are all within five kilometres of the former private issuing office on 501 Krug Street. Elizabeth Kennedy, the operator of that centre, is retiring on January 30 after 18 years of dedicated service to her community.

Local customers will also have fast, convenient and secure access to select driver and vehicle licensing services at the ServiceOntario Kiosks located in Fairview Park Mall in Kitchener or Conestoga Mall in Waterloo. As well, service is available online, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, at www.serviceontario.ca.

Starting on February 10, driver and vehicle licensing services will also be available at ServiceOntario's Land Registry Office, located at 30 Duke Street West.  The office is on the second floor and is open Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Quick Facts

  • In Kitchener, ServiceOntario also offers:
  • Health card registration services at 1400 Weber Street East, Unit B2
  • General information services at Kitchener City Hall, 200 King Street West, Main Floor
  • ServiceOntario offers services and information online, in-person and over the phone.

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“ServiceOntario is the customer gateway to government services, whether it’s online, through the kiosks, in person or over the phone. I want to personally thank Ms. Kennedy for her years of dedicated service to the residents of Ontario and wish her all the best in retirement.”

Ted McMeekin

Minister of Government Services

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