In celebration of Black History Month, The office of Councilwoman Heather Hutt in partnership with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) hosted a Real ID event for local seniors in the community.
“Equity matters - and here in CD10, our objective is to provide equitable resources to help improve the lives of our community members, especially our seniors,” said Councilwoman Hutt. “I am excited to have partnered with the DMV to provide them with the resources they need to understand the process of obtaining an ID; because seniors are the backbone of our communities.”
Hosted at Council District 10’s community gem, Michelle and Barack Obama Sports Complex; The Real ID event provided seniors with an easy and accessible way to obtain their Real ID Driver’s License and State ID. Throughout the event, representatives were on-site with a suite of resources to help walk attendees through the process carefully and meticulously.
“The mission of “taking DMV to the people'' demands an ever-widening reach to connect with as many Californians as possible. Today, as we work with our Senior Ombudsmen team, we are proud to assist the senior community in obtaining their Real ID,” said DMV representative, Homero Campos.