Released by Smith County Public Relations Liaison, Adrienne Graham:
WHITEHOUSE, TX - Smith County and the City of Whitehouse have teamed up to save residents time when renewing their vehicle registration. Whitehouse residents can now bring their vehicle renewal notices into Whitehouse City Hall and scan the form to renew their registration automatically.
"This is a real convenience for the people of Whitehouse," Smith County Tax Assessor/Collector Gary Barber said. "We hope to keep them from having to drive to our offices in Tyler, Lindale, Bullard and Troup to renew their registration every year."
To participate in automated vehicle registration residents must:
City of Whitehouse Registration Supervisor Casey Worl said she is happy to provide this new convenience to the residents of her city.
"It has been a really smooth process since we began offering this service earlier in the month," Ms. Worl said. "It is fast and convenient and allows the people of Whitehouse to take care of their registration without driving to Tyler or Troup."
Ms. Worl said that Whitehouse City Hall has assisted more than two dozen vehicle registration customers since the service became available in early November.
For more information on vehicle registration services available in Whitehouse contact the Whitehouse City Hall at 903-839-4914.
Residents who do not have a current registration form or whose registration expired more than a month ago can visit one of the full service registration offices at the Cotton Belt Building in Tyler or Troup City Hall or call 903-590-2900 for more information for other locations throughout Smith County.
For additional information regarding this Press Release, please contact Adrienne Graham, Smith County Public Relations Liaison at (903) 590-4607.
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