Photo courtesy of the Circuit Court Clerk's Office
Local residents are receiving assistance with various tasks.
New self-service kiosks have been set up at the McCoart Building, 1 County Complex Court, and Ferlazzo Building, 15941 Donald Curtis Drive in Woodbridge.
This is possible through partnerships between county departments and Circuit Court Clerk Jacqueline Smith, according to a release from the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office.
Funded by Virginia Technology grants, the devices enable users to look up information about cases, register to vote, and make payments. Major credit cards are accepted.
“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,” Smith said in a release. “Together with our community partners, we are prioritizing the needs of our customers to best serve our residents.”
Eleven more self-service kiosks that are paid for by Virginia Technology grants will be added around the county, Manassas and Manassas Park.
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