Find Your Identity At City Office
With a transfer of duties on Jan. 2, the city driver’s license offices began issuing state ID cards, as well as the usual drivers licenses.
Non-drivers requiring the ID cards may go to any of five Oahu offices on or after that date. Do not go to satellite city halls for ID cards.
The move is the result of a state law that transfers the ID program out of the Attorney General’s Office and puts it under the supervision of the state Department of Transportation. The AG’s office has run it since 1983 through its Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center in Honolulu. The idea is to consolidate both services to comply with the REAL ID Act of 2005, which outlines procedures for issuing identification cards.
It also opens up more locations for citizens to obtain valid ID. The closest site for East Oahu residents is on Dillingham Boulevard in Kalihi (532-7730). Other offices involved are in Wahiawa, Kaneohe, Kapolei and Waianae.