City Clerk’s office providing passport application service through district offices

<strong>Sallie Rollie holding the event flyer with City Clerk specialists Diane Doss (left) and Gloria Harper (right)</strong>

The first Passport Service Days, a new neighborhood-friendly alternative to going to City Hall to apply for a passport, were conducted by the Long Beach City Clerk’s office and hosted by Eighth District Councilmember Rae Gabelich at the North Annex, 5641 Atlantic Ave., last week.
Sallie Rollie, a Bixby Highlands resident who was the first person to use the service, said she learned about the event from a flyer she had received at the recent Shred Fest sponsored by Gabelich. By taking advantage of the discount coupon on the flyer, she saved $3 on her new passport photo at Tuttle Cameras in Bixby Knolls.
According to Rollie, the whole process took about 20 minutes and was very easy. Diane Doss, City Clerk specialist, noted that the process goes very smoothly when applicants remember to bring all of the necessary copies of the required identification. Information about applying for a new or renewed passport can be found on the City Clerk website Other council offices are now scheduling Passport Service Days in their districts.


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