Modified: September 15, 2022 3:55pm

September 15, 2021

Erie County Clerk Michael P. Kearns, Town of Concord Officials and residents cut the ribbon during the grand re-opening of the Erie County Auto Bureau which resumed express mobile services at its new location inside the Concord Senior Center. Pictured left to right: Supervisor Phil Drozd, Councilmember Kimberly Krzemien, Town resident Donna Schweikert, Senior Services Director Eleanor Eschborn, Town Resident Marion Ahles, Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns and Deputy Supervisor Clyde Drake.

County Clerk offering motorists Mobile DMV services every Thursday at Senior Center

Erie County, NY- Erie County Clerk Michael P. Kearns, along with Town of Concord officials, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony as the Erie County Mobile Auto Bureau re-opened in its new location inside the Concord Senior Center.

The Mobile Auto Bureau will serve motorists in Concord, Springville and the surrounding areas every Thursday from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. inside the Concord Senior Center located at 40 Commerce Drive in Springville. Residents will be served on a first-come basis; no reservations are required.  

“I made a pledge that I would resume Mobile Auto Bureau operations once I was confident that we would operate efficiently and in a safe, suitable, and spacious environment for our customers and staff,” said County Clerk Kearns. “I am pleased to work with our partners in government and bring back DMV operations in the Town of Concord with no additional costs to Erie County residents.”

Kearns added, “My goal has always been to provide our customers with the finest service possible at a convenient location, and this mobile site does just that. Additionally, this will help boost our ‘Renew Local’ efforts, as the more transactions we conduct in our auto bureaus, the more revenue we retain here in Erie County.”

Also on hand was long-time resident Marion Ahles, who this week turned 106 years of age and wanted to be in attendance. “Upon hearing of the ceremony, she really wanted to be there, so we brought her,” stated her daughter Donna Schweikert.

“Anyone who lives to be 106 years old and takes time out of their day to come to our grand opening earns the honor to cut the ribbon,” said Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns.

Customers can renew or replace their current New York State driver’s license or non-driver ID, apply for a standard non-Driver ID, renew any vehicle registration, surrender or replace peeling license plates, and pay DMV violation penalties. However, due the complexities of certain transactions, and in an effort to provide quick, efficient service, the following transactions are not able to be conducted: applying for a REAL ID/Enhanced Driver License or non-Driver ID, any class permit or endorsement testing, or driver improvement or enforcement related transaction. As always, motorists are encouraged to “Renew Local” and patronize any of our other Erie County Auto Bureau offices in order to complete the full spectrum of DMV transactions and to help keep a portion of the transaction fees in Western New York.

A complete listing of all Erie County Auto Bureau locations and hours, including scheduling a reservation at a local DMV office, can be found by going to or by calling the Clerk’s Appointment Hotline at 716-858-8864.