Ohio BMV location in Centerville closed this week after employees test positive for COVID-19

CENTERVILLE — The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles agency in Centerville will be shut down until next week following employee cases of COVID-19 and others needing to quarantine, according to a bureau spokesperson.

“The agency has been shut down since Nov. 13 due to some employees testing positive for COVID-19 and other employees quarantining following the Ohio Department of Health and CDC recommendations,” the spokesperson said in an emailed statement Monday.

According to the Ohio BMV’s website, the location’s drive-thru will be open this week.

The agency will reopen Monday, Nov. 23, according to the spokesperson.

All other BMV locations in Montgomery County remain open, according to the bureau’s website.

We’ll update this story as we learn more.