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Operation Green Light

Drivers can get break on outstanding tickets, suspended licenses

Posted 3/2/23

ORANGE PARK – Since 2019, the Clay County Clerk of the Court and Comptroller’s Operation Green Light event has helped hundreds of customers become eligible for driver’s license …

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Operation Green Light

Drivers can get break on outstanding tickets, suspended licenses


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ORANGE PARK – Since 2019, the Clay County Clerk of the Court and Comptroller’s Operation Green Light event has helped hundreds of customers become eligible for driver’s license reinstatement.

Many Clerks of Court are participating in coordinated events this spring, including Clay County on Saturday, March 11.

The upcoming event at the Orange Park Branch is an opportunity for people with suspended driver licenses to pay overdue court obligations, including traffic tickets, while saving a significant amount on additional fees that generally accompany delinquent payments.

The in-person event at 1478 Park Avenue in the Park Central Plaza will be from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Clerk and Comptroller’s Office encourages interested parties to call our Compliance/Payment Plan office in advance for more information on their case and related outstanding fees.

Anyone looking to save on fees and have a suspended driver’s license reinstated – except for child support nonpayment cases – is eligible.

For more information, call (904) 278-4772.

Over the last several years, the Clay County Clerk of Court’s Operation Green Light event has helped more than a thousand customers become eligible for reinstatement. Again, this year many Clerks of Court are participating in coordinated events in March across the state. This upcoming local event allows Clay County residents with suspended driver licenses to pay overdue court obligations, including traffic tickets, while saving substantially on additional fees that would typically apply.