The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety Reopening Some Locations Friday


Friday, May 1st 2020, 7:28 am
By: Shannon Rousseau


TULSA -

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety is reopening some of its locations to the public on Friday, May 1, by appointment only.

"In accordance with Governor Stitt's 'Open Up and Recover Safely' Plan, we will be bringing employees back to work so we can resume the

 critical services we provide to Oklahomans," said DPS Commissioner John Scully. "We will do this in a safe manner that protects the health and lives of our workers and the citizens that visit our offices." 

All employees returning from teleworking will be evaluated and monitored as well as questioned to ensure they have not come in contact with anyone who has shown symptoms of COVID-19. The first order of business will be to thoroughly sanitize work stations. 

Every person visiting a DPS facility will be required to wear a face mask that completely covers their nose and mouth and will also have their temperature checked. Guests will have to furnish their own mask. Only people with appointments will be allowed inside the building, and only in a volume that will allow for social distancing in accordance with CDC guidelines.

To make an appointment online, click HERE.

To see if your drivers license office is open, click here.