New self-serve kiosks at Prince William County’s two government buildings now offer easier access to government and court services.
At the kiosks, you can get quick access to Circuit Court clerk services, including deeds, case information, and payments. You also can access General District Court services, voter registration, and pay tickets and taxes. Major credit cards are accepted at the kiosks.
“Along with our one-of-a-kind full-service mobile Clerk’s Office, Seals on Wheels, these kiosks help to make Clerk services easily accessible to residents in multiple convenient locations, outside of regular court business hours. Together with our community partners, we are prioritizing the needs of our customers to best serve our residents,” said Circuit Court Clerk Jacqueline Smith, in a news release.
Funding for the kiosks comes from Virginia technology grants. Eleven more kiosks will be installed throughout the county and in Manassas and Manassas Park.
Meanwhile, the county announced additional dates for its Seals on Wheels van that goes to libraries and area events and lets you handle things you would at the courthouse, such as marriage license applications, notary applications, payments in criminal matters, and concealed handgun permits.
Seals on Wheels does require appointments for its notary and marriage license services.
The mobile service plans to be at the following locations:
- September 9 — Casa Bru Mar Foundation’s 2nd Annual Building Bridges LGBTQ+ Symposium at George Mason University (Prince William Campus)
- September 10 — Potomac Valley Church in Dumfries
- September 16 — Hispanic Heritage Day at Metz Middle School
- September 23 — Occoquan Fall Art Festival in Occoquan
- September 30 — Coles District at Independent Hill Library
- October 14 — Brentsville District at Nokesville Library
- October 21 — Occoquan District at Chinn Library
Feature image of vehicle courtesy Prince William County
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